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Tawas Point Migration Days

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May 17, 2024 May 18, 2024

Spend an amazing weekend witnessing a spectacular spring migration in northeastern Michigan along Lake Huron. View a wide variety of migratory birds as they rest and feed at Tawas Point State Park. From waterfowl to songbirds, you’ll see it all! The Tawas Point Migration celebration offers nonstop birding activities and interesting information sure to entertain everyone. 

Birding and photography volunteers will be available at Tawas Point (Free to all) 8 a.m. to dusk on Friday & Saturday. Information will be available for birding spots, including Hale, Oscoda, Tawas City, and East Tawas, such as Tuttle Marsh, Largo Springs, Lumberman’s Monument, and the Scenic River Road Byway. A bird sighting list will be on display near the lighthouse trailhead on Friday & Saturday.  

Whether you’re a beginner or a lifelong wildlife enthusiast, this event is for you!

For more information about bird viewing options and event information, visit our website or contact Amy Kohlhepp. We are also on Facebook at AuSable Valley Audubon.


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Tawas Point State Park Lighthouse

686 Tawas Beach Road
East Tawas, MI 48730 United States
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