Preserving the Yellow Dog Watershed
in its most natural state for the use of the public,
now, and for the benefit of future generations.

Citizen Action,Events,programs

Winter Bird Survey

20 Jan , 2011  

The Yellow Dog Watershed Preserve will be hosting a winter bird survey on February 5th in Big Bay. We are looking for interested participants to come and find out who is still brave enough to stay the winter in the watershed. Start time is 9:30am and we will be at the YDWP office to go through protocol, get equipment, and orientation. More…

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Citizen Action,Events,programs

Breeding Bird Survey needs Volunteers

4 Jun , 2010  

As part of our mission, YDWP will continue to collect as much scientific data as we can to document the conditions of the watershed. We will be conducting a Breeding Bird Survey on June 12, 2010 and need more people to help collect information. If you like to go birding or just to be outdoors, this is a great activity for you. We will be sampling various habitats through the Yellow Dog River watershed throughout the day. If interested in volunteering, please email river2wolf@aol.com or call our office at 906-345-9223 and ask for Nancy.

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Events,Fundraising,Land Preservation,programs,Sulfide Mining,Water Quality

YDWP hosting Film Festival!

29 Sep , 2009   Video

The Yellow Dog Watershed Preserve, Downwind Sports, and Students Acting to Save Michigan’s Water will be hosting the national Wild and Scenic Environmental Film Festival this November. The festival will be a two night event, November 5th and 6th, in Jamrich 103 on the campus of Northern Michigan University. Doors open at 6pm and films start at 6:30pm. More…

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Events,programs

Michigan Nature Mapping Training

16 Sep , 2009  

A diversity of species living in wetlands along the Ford Road on the way to the North entrance to the McCormick Wilderness Area.

There is a new way for outdoor enthusiasts and nature lovers to get involved in the scientific community. It’s called Nature Mapping and now its here in your backyard. The Yellow Dog Watershed Preserve has been working with the University of Washington’s Nature Mapping program to start up a program for this state in conjunction with this national information system and is the first in Michigan to do so. The goal of Nature Mapping is to encourage citizen scientists to collect baseline information on a variety of flora and fauna types, send the data to a central database, and to create visual displays of the records collected. It’s a great way to gauge biodiversity in your area. More…

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