Biggest Week in American Birding – It’s Free

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This 10-day event is planned at the peak of spring warbler migration May 6-15, 2016 in Black Swamp Bird Observatory, Ottawa National Wildlife Refuge, and Magee Marsh Wildlife Area, Oak Harbor, Ohio. Northwest Ohio’s “Biggest Week in Birding” is jam-packed with workshops, warblers, free guided walks, half-day trips, keynote speakers, island birding trips,  and social gatherings featuring some of the region’s wonderful food, wine, and music … and much more!

The gathering to watch the migration is headquartered at Maumee Bay Lodge & Conference Center in Oregon, Ohio, is approximately 10 miles east of downtown Toledo, Ohio and 15 miles west of Black Swamp Bird Observatory, in Oak Harbor.                     

Information: Phone | 419-898-4070 | e-mail | biggestweek@bsbo.org biggestweekinamericanbirding.com/

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