We can all agree that Michigan is home to beautiful landscapes and breathtaking wildlife. But how can we ensure that nature remains beautiful for generations to come?

The Michigan Wildlife Council is currently conducting an education campaign to help inform the people of Michigan about importance of wildlife and wildlife conservation.

A lot of hard work takes place every day to ensure that our wildlife and natural resources can be enjoyed for years to come. Getting people outdoors is a huge part of the campaign.

John Chronowski, president of Grand Rapids Audubon Club, stopped by The Exchange to talk about how their efforts involve protecting wild birds.

Two programs they offer that are geared towards children are the Junior Audubon program and Audubon Adventures. Both programs are focused on providing education about regional birds.

For more information on the Grand Rapids Audubon Club, visit http://graud.org/.

For more information on the Michigan Wildlife Council, visit http://hereformioutdoors.org/.

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