Thanks to hundred of volunteers, a vast cleanup of the poisoned watershed is wrapping up—and the birds are beginning to return.
What compels birders to hunker down in dark, often cramped structures? An intimate view of avian lives. But as with birds, every blind has its own character—and story.
The burns, conducted by Audubon Great Lakes and others, stave off invasive plants while spurring new growth at sites across the region.