2019  by Joseph Youngman and Phil Quenzi

Dana Richter                       President               

Joseph Youngman               Vice-President      

Bill Deephouse                    Treasurer               

Lynn Murphy                       Secretary               

Steve Karpiak

Phil Quenzi

Dr David Flaspohler

Our current board includes:

If you can donate to us financially OR you'd like to become a member       

Like to contact us?   

 

                

You can call or email these two with questions and comments

Dana Richter            906 482 3361           dlrichte   AT  mtu.edu

Joseph Youngman    906 523 4416             murphnj    AT  up.net

For technical problems with the site or web cams or suggestions to improve the site try:

Phil Quenzi                 906-482-7476              pjquenzi AT gmail.com

Some Ancient History

Copper Country Audubon had its first official meeting in January of 1976.  Much of that early history is lost but we know that Art Weaver, Frank Isaacs, Bob Janke and Norm Sloan were among those first members.   In February of that year they did a 'practice' Christmas Count.   The first official Houghton County Christmas Count took place in December of that year.

In the spring of 1994 the first edition of the CCA newsletter - The Brockway Lookout- was put out.

Early club presidents included:   Frank Isaacs, Ray Krumm, Marj Krumm, Lynn Foss, and Sue Andres.

An article with lots more of the clubs history can be found here  ----

Like to join us?

You can join by dropping us a note and a check for $25 for a yearly membership. 

Our address is P.O. Box 124 Houghton, Michigan 49931

Membership will get you a paper copy of our twice yearly newsletter the  Brockway Lookout

 

Can you donate?

You can send us a donation to our physical address: 

P.O. Box 124  Houghton, Michigan 49331

             Copper Country Audubon is a 501 c3 federally registered non-profit organization

Copper Country Audubon is involved with all things birding and conducts bird research in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan, the Keweenaw peninsula and the Lake Superior watershed

coppercountryaudubon.org