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The Travelers Cafe will set up near the west end of the Boardwalk
May 5 - May 13 and again May 15
They sell healthy grilled sandwiches, salads, smoothies, coffee drinks, juices, water,
dried fruits, nuts and granola.
As usual "Lake Erie Water Fowlers" will have their food tent on site, IMBD - May 14
Author Richard Crossley will be at the Bird Center for a book signing
May 13 from 1:00 to 4:00 pm.
To autograph his new book - The Crossley ID Guide: Eastern Birds
Please consider volunteering some of your time this Spring / Summer / Fall.
The Friends of Magee Marsh is in need of volunteers to help staff the Book Store at the Sportsmen's Migratory Bird Center. Can you spare a few hours during the months of March through November? It's a lot of fun, you learn about Ohio's wildlife and meet the most interesting people!
Book Store not your style, then how about helping pull Garlic Mustard at the Boardwalk?
Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays - April 26 through May 19
DON'T FORGET YOUR BINOCULARS - this is the height of spring migration!
How about a couple of hours helping with the Beach clean ups? - The first on April 16 and the second September 17.
To find out
more about how YOU can help us,
call Mary at 419-898-0960 Ext. 31
or email: Mary Warren
Another way to help us whether or not you are a member
is by using our Calling Cards.
How it works
Whenever you purchase anything in our region hand over a Calling Card with your payment.
By particpating, you will show local businesses how important we birders are to the local economy.
- Click on the link to our calling cards and this will open a ".pdf" file that you can print to your printer.
- Separate the cards and keep them in your wallet or purse.
- Hand over a card with any payments you make to local businesses.
From the Ohio Division of Wildlife, the new $15
Ohio Wildlife Legacy Stamp - NOW on SALE at the
Friends of Magee Marsh Bookstore
The stamp features a photo of a male Eastern Amberwing dragonfly taken by Sharon Cummings, Graytown Ohio.
Stamp proceeds will support:
- Endangered and threatened wildlife and its habitat
- Keeping common species common
- Habitat restoration, land purchases and conservation easements
- Educational products for students and wildlife enthusiasts
Keep the Wild in Ohio! Purchase an Ohio Wildlife Legacy Stamp.
For more information visit wildohiostamp.com
or call 1-800-WILDLIFE