I want to invite you all to
There is still time to sign up and join in on the fun.
Jeff and I went to Ohio for the Biggest Week for the first time last year.
It was amazing!….The scene~The people and Wow~The Birds!
The birds so many and so close it had me teary eyed many times that week.
We knew this would be a place we would return to again and again.
This year I was asked to be one of the Official Bloggers for the event. I worked with Kim Kaufman to put together an awesome team of bloggers.
Follow our team of bloggers to know what's happening and being seen at The Biggest Week.
Like ~ The Biggest Week in American Birding Facebook page
Follow~The Biggest Week on Twitter @BiggestWeek
Follow~Kenn Kaufman's birding predictions for the area here.
If you need to be enticed more…read some of the Biggest Week bloggers posts
Greg Miller Birding:
Birds and Blooms:
The Nutty Birder:
Jerry's Birding / Digiscoping Blog:
My Biggest Week posts:
Birds and Blooms~
Birds & Blooms
Laura's Birding Blog
Jerry's Birding/Digiscoping Blog
Cheryl Harner ~
Greg Miller ~
Greg Miller Birding
Red and the Peanut
Nutty Birder Blog
Susan Gets Native
The Southwest Wisconsin Birder
all from ~Nemesis Bird
Jennifer Callaway ~
I hope to see you there!
Please stop me and introduce yourself
or join me in one of the Birding sits I will be assisting in.
Magee Marsh Bird Sits
Date: May 7 & 9
Time: 9 a.m. – 10:30 a.m.
Where: Magee Marsh Wildlife Area (Near the west end of the boardwalk. See the map (to the left) for the exact spot indicated with a red star.)
Fee: Just show your BIGGEST WEEK name badge to participate!
Designed for those with limited mobility—or those who just like to take a break and see what birds come to you—these Bird Sits will allow you to relax and enjoy the birds visiting the edge of the wood lot along the boardwalk. This edge habitat frequently offers some of the best birding in the area and we’ll have expert guides on hand to help you spot birds and tune your ears in to the fine art of birding by ear, too. We’ll post these group sit-ins in the grassy area near the west end of the Magee Marsh boardwalk. (See the map for the exact spot.) Please bring your own chair, birding stool, or blanket to sit on. This area should be fine for those with wheelchairs or motorized carts.
And as Kimberly Kaufman would say: