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Supporting Audubon Chapters

Seven Ponds Nature Center is a partner with the Michigan Audubon Society, a conservation, education, and research organization which has served Michigan for over one hundred years. Five chapters of the Michigan Audubon Society (Genesee, Grosse Pointe, Lapeer, Macomb, and Oakland) are in turn supporting chapters of the nature center. In addition, the Detroit Audubon Society, a chapter of the National Audubon Society, also supports Seven Ponds. All of these organizations have representatives on our Board of Directors, assisting with governance and fundraising. Most of these groups offer programs related to birds and conservation, publish their own newsletter or website, and serve as a resource related to birds in their respective communities. For more information, contact the numbers provided below.

Detroit Audubon Society
Contact the DAS office at 248-354-5804 for information about programs.

Genesee Audubon Society
General Meetings are not currently held on a regular basis. Contact Richard Nabor at 810-687-3647 for details.

Grosse Pointe Audubon
Monthly Meetings held at the Grosse Pointe Unitarian Church, 17150 Maumee, Grosse Pointe, MI 48230. Contact Joanna Pease at 313-882-4032 for details.

Lapeer Audubon Society
General Meetings are not currently held on a regular basis. Contact Chris Becher at 810-796-3505 for details.

Macomb Audubon Society
Monthly Meetings held at Sterling Heights Nature Center. Contact Elaine McDonald at 586-677-3496 for details.

Michigan Audubon Society
For more information, contact the MAS office at 517-641-4277 or visit their website at MAS membership brochures and information about MAS sanctuaries statewide are also available at the front desk at Seven Ponds.

Oakland Audubon Society
Monthly Meetings held at First United Methodist Church, Birmingham. Contact Doris Applebaum at 248-542-2506 for details.

Supporting Business Partners


Cooperating Organizations

The Lapeer Land Conservancy
The group protects natural spaces through education and stewardship.

The Organization for Bat Conservation
OBC preserves bats and their habitat through education, collaboration, and research.