|Bird Tour Guide Training & Resource Center Open House|
Thursday Mar. 5th, @ 9:00am
|Birds & Coffee|
Wednesday Mar. 11th, @ 9:00am
|How to be a Good Purple Martin Landlord: A Workshop|
Saturday Mar. 14th, @ 9:00am
|Spring Field Ornithology Course- Lecture 1|
Tuesday Mar. 17th, @ 6:00pm
|Spring Field Ornithology Course- Field Trip|
Saturday Mar. 21st, @ 8:00am
|Birds at Kellogg Bird Sanctuary|
Ducks, Geese, and Swans. The Kellogg Bird Sanctuary is a premiere area for birders interested in viewing migratory waterfowl. Originally started as a refuge for the now-familiar Canada Goose (Branta Canadensis), it was also a key player in re-introducting Trumpeter Swans (Cygnus buccinator) to the Midwest. Many species of duck, herons, and other wading birds are also occasionally sighted. The Canada Goose and Trumpeter Swan remain our most common inhabitants; many nest and raise families on Wintergreen Lake.
If you are interested in viewing birds at the Sanctuary, see below for a species checklist and information about our resident swans.
Bird Species at Kellogg Sanctuary
Swans of Kellogg Sanctuary
Many types of swan live and nest around Wintergreen Lake. Learn more about the different species here, including the once-extirpated Trumpeter Swan (Cygnus buccinator), and beautiful but controversial Mute Swan (Cygnus olor).