Bird City Algoma looking for photos

Your photographic prowess can help the Bird City Algoma’s quest for an impressive display during the International Migratory Bird Day celebration planned in April.  Algoma formally became a Bird City USA community six years ago and is hoping to build off the event which showcases the diversity of migratory and native birds in the area.  Sue Hepp, the coordinator for the Algoma Bird City committee, says anyone can submit photos and it’s a great way to connect with nature.



Pictures of birds can be emailed to Hepp with information on when and where the photos were snapped and the type of bird.  The International Migratory Bird Day celebration will be held Saturday, April 18 in the gymnasium at the Algoma Youth Club.  You can find contact information with this story online to submit photos of birds taken in Door and Kewaunee counties.  

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