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Wetland Wonders Challenge II Birding Event

Wetland Wonders Challenge II Birding Event

Saturday, April 20th, is the next Wetland Wonders Challenge II event at the Muskegon County Wastewater Facility. Interested parties are asked to meet at 10:00am at the Muskegon State Game Area Office, located at 7600 E. Messinger Road, Twin Lake, for an auto tour of some of the best birding in the Muskegon area. Staff at the game area and members of the Muskegon County Nature Club will share insights into the area’s natural history along with helping visitors find and identify locally breeding birds as well as the diversity of birds that migrate through the area annually.

Additional events will take place throughout the spring and summer. Information for future events can be obtained at www.michigan.gov/wetlandwonders. New information is added to this site as it becomes available.

Capturing Moments-Winter Scenes

Capturing Moments-Winter Scenes

As the snow starts to melt away I had a chance to go out and capture some of White Lake's momments of the Winter Scenes before our eyes. It was cold and windy but the beauty is worth the risk of having goosebumps. Whitehall/Montague has alot of beauty all year round and I like to capture that with my photographic skills! I hope you enjoy!

Take a bite out of cancer!

Take a bite out of cancer!

From: Dog Star Ranch

Let's work together and give all dogs somethin' to bark about!

Dog Star Ranch will be hosting the first annual Muskegon County Bark for Life event! Bark For Life is a great event that offers Relayers an opportunity to honor the care-giving quality of their canine companions while raising funds to help support the American Cancer Society in its life-saving mission.

The walk will be held at the Dog Star Ranch on June 18, 2011 from 1pm - 3pm. We will all come together to Celebrate, Remember, and Fight Back!

Also, check out our Muskegon County Bark For Life Facebook Group!

We would like to give a special thanks to Dog Star Ranch for all of their help and support, stop in an check out the facility if you have a chance...it is fantastic!

White Lake Area Guided Nature Walk

From: http://www.whitelake.org/

Discover the beauty of the White Lake area. Naturalists will lead guided tours of local natural areas. A variety of topics relating to native plants and wildlife will be covered. The walks are appropriate for adults and families;no children allowed without parents. Please register for the walk by contacting the White Lake Chamber of Commerce.

Saturday, September 4th, 2010
10:30 AM - 12:00 PM

Alcoa Howmet Plant 4 Native Landscape
3900 White Lake Drive
(White Lake Community Library)
Whitehall MI

For more Information contact:
White Lake Chamber of Commerce
Phone: 231-893-4585