Friends of Belle Isle Lake Muskoday Habitat Restoration Project on Belle Isle
As part of the Friends of Belle Isle Lake Muskoday Habitat Restoration Project on Belle Isle, the Marsh Monitoring Program will be providing free training on surveying wetlands for birds and amphibians. Although our focus is on Belle Isle, volunteers from other Wayne County wetland sites are also welcome.
The typical time required to survey one route is 12 hours per year. This is a great opportunity to train volunteers to monitor the many wetland and riparian restoration projects that are presently underway in Wayne County. Funding for the Lake Muskoday project was provided by the Michigan Department of Environmental Quality.
Marsh Monitoring Program – Volunteer Orientation & Training Workshop
Saturday, February 26th, 2011
10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
The Belle Isle Nature Zoo, Detroit, Michigan
To register for this workshop, contact:
By phone: 313 378 0433
By email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Directions and details will be provided upon registration.
Please bring a sack lunch & dress warmly!
To view flier click here: Belle Isle Lake Project Flier