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Come visit Algoma for your next bird watching adventure.
Algoma Bird Celebration 2018
Plan to attend the 4th annual Algoma Bird Celebration (ABC) on Saturday, April 7, 9:00 a.m.—2:00 p.m. at the Algoma Youth Club (620 Lake St). Stay for the day or drop in as your time permits. Information displays and items for sale will be available throughout the day. Children are invited to enjoy free origami and coloring pages in addition to a very special visitor to the children’s area this year. Children’s book author/illustrator Janet Tlachac-Toonen will be reading stories from her wonderful picture books. Programs begin at 10:00 a.m. starting with Bob Kuhn ‘Getting the Picture’, followed by Don Pritzl from the Bluebird Restoration Association of Wisconsin at 11:00. At 12:30, Kim Diedrich, joined by birds and other creatures from the Green Bay Wildlife Sanctuary, will provide a family friendly program for all ages. Bring the kids and grandkids to meet wildlife up close and personal. No need to ‘duck’ out for lunch as the United Methodist Men will treat your palate to a very satisfying lunch. Refreshments and snacks will be available as well. A new item added to the event is a photo contest for all Kewaunee County middle and high school students. Photos of wild birds can be taken anywhere in Kewaunee County.
For more details about the Algoma Bird Celebration, birds, and birding in and around Algoma, visit the Bird City Algoma website at birdcityalgoma.com.
For tips on how you can create or improve bird habitat check out the "Resources" section of the Bird City Wisconsin website.
Do you have photos of birds in and around Algoma that you would like to share? Send the photos to email@example.com and we will share them here on our website. Please include the name of the photographer, location, date, & time of photo so we can credit your work. Please also identify the species in your photos.