Maple River Migration Tour set for April 7

Join experts at premiere Michigan location to watch spring bird migration

A participant watches ducks at a previous Maple River Migration Tour.

A participant watches ducks at a previous Maple River Migration Tour.

Join waterfowl experts and enthusiasts at Maple River State Game Area for the Ducks Unlimited Maple River Migration Tour on Saturday, April 7.

The tour will be from 9 a.m. to noon. Attendees can park at the southwest corner of South Baldwin Road and Crapo Road in Washington Township, east of US-127.

Nature lovers, birders and waterfowlers are invited to watch the skies during the busy spring migration season. Learn how Ducks Unlimited has conserved nearly 800 acres on this vital migration route since 2011, and how this conservation work benefits wildlife of all types. Take a self-guided tour of this conservation success story.

The event will feature:

  • Waterfowl experts throughout the game area talking about habitat and waterfowl.
  • Giveaways for kids.
  • A photo contest.

For details about the event, contact Steve Wyckoff at (616) 446-0555.

Media Contact:
Chris Sebastian
(734) 623-2017
csebastian@ducks.org
@GLARducks