2021 Calendar Available from Lake Erie Islands Conservancy

Lake Erie Islands Conservancy2021 Calendars featuring island preserves are here!

Susan Byrnes and Michelle Pennington did a great job putting them together.  Get your own for $20 each by contacting LIsa Brohl using the information below. The calendar can be mailed to you via first class postage for $2 per calendar.

Lake Erie Islands Conservancy
P. O. Box 461
Put-in-Bay, Ohio 43456
419-366-2087 or  leicsonservancy “at” gmail.com

Put-in-Bay Wild Bird Seed Orders Due November 1st

Birding at Put in BayWild bird seed supply delivered to your island residence!

Lake Erie Islands Conservancy will sell Winter Wild Bird Seed to benefit the Lake Erie Islands Conservancy again this fall. Titgemeier’s Feed and Garden Center will supply us the following types of seed: niger/thistle, black oil sunflower, cracked corn and mixed birdseed of several grades. Titgemeier’s is a family owned feed and garden store in business since January 12, 1888 at 701 Western Avenue in Toledo, Ohio. A most unusual store, their products range from grass seed and fertilizer to pet, wild bird, and brewing supplies.  Please get your order in before November 1 to have it delivered to your island residence. To order, use the attached form  or call Kelly or Marty Faris at 419-285-4772. Delivery will be in mid November.  And remember, the Audubon Christmas Bird Count is December 20 this year–we’ll need bird feeder watchers for that event.

Bird-Seed-Order-Form-2020


Lake Erie Islands Conservancy Publishes 2021 Calendar

Lake Erie Islands Conservancy 2021 Calendars featuring island preserves are here! Susan Byrnes and Michelle Pennington did a great job putting them together.  Get your own for $20 each by contacting LIsa Brohl using the information below. The calendar can be mailed to you via first class postage for $2 per calendar.

 

Lisa Brohl, Chair

Lake Erie Islands Conservancy
P. O. Box 461
Put-in-Bay, Ohio 43456
419-366-2087 or  leicsonservancy “at” gmail.com

Wild Bird Seed Supply Ships to Island Residents

Birding at Put in BayWild bird seed supply delivered to your island residence!

Lake Erie Islands Conservancy will sell Winter Wild Bird Seed to benefit the Lake Erie Islands Conservancy again this fall. Titgemeier’s Feed and Garden Center will supply us the following types of seed: niger/thistle, black oil sunflower, cracked corn and mixed birdseed of several grades. Titgemeier’s is a family owned feed and garden store in business since January 12, 1888 at 701 Western Avenue in Toledo, Ohio. A most unusual store, their products range from grass seed and fertilizer to pet, wild bird, and brewing supplies.  Please get your order in before November 1 to have it delivered to your island residence. To order, use the attached form  or call Kelly or Marty Faris at 419-285-4772. Delivery will be in mid November.  And remember, the Audubon Christmas Bird Count is December 20 this year–we’ll need bird feeder watchers for that event.

Bird-Seed-Order-Form-2020


Lake Erie Islands Conservancy Upgrades Web Presence

Lake Erie Islands Conservancy  delivers a fresh and inviting Internet presence on recently updated Web pages to enhance a strong commitment to environmental protection and conservation.

Learning resources about flora and fauna (i.e., plant life, animal life), maps of preserve properties with walking trails, events listings (two dedications coming up!), and details about membership are only a few of the important features.

Take a few minutes to delve into the rich environment which makes a visit to the Bass Islands so meaningful!

 


Massie Cliffside Preserve Rewards Trail Walkers

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Massie Cliffside Preserve, one of South Bass Island’s beautiful nature sites open to the public, offers a wonderful respite from the hub of entertainment and dining in downtown Put-in-Bay.  Pack binoculars, a picnic, or fishing gear and escape into Lake Erie serenity!

Lake Erie Islands Conservancy explains, “The eleven-acre shoreline parcel on the East Point of South Bass Island includes cliff habitat and a great dock for fishing. It was purchased with Clean Ohio Conservation Funds, the Coastal Estuarine Land Conservation Program, private donations, and landowner donations in 2015.