During the restless, non-stop agendas of all our lives, we need to stop and take a deep breathe, and listen. Listen for what you may ask? Well, the songbirds. The music we may only here first thing in the morning on a summer’s day before our lives take over and we stop listening to beauty of nature.
The Songbirds of Northern Indiana, is a not for profit organization in the city of Plymouth. This organization is dedicated to the rehabilitation of Indiana’s backyard birds and are entirely funded by donations. Songbirds cares for nearly 150-200 injured birds annually with 80% release rate.
On Saturday June 15, 2013 the Songbirds of Northern Indiana will be hosting “Walk so Birds Can Fly” event through the beautiful Greenways Trail in Centennial Park. This 2 mile walk is a fundraising event to benefit the wild bird rehabilitation center. Find a flock, sign up as individuals or a group, teams that raise a minimum of $25 per walker will receive a free T-shirt for each walker. Registration begins at 10am on June 15 and walk begins at 11:00am. Sign up at www.walksobirdscanfly.com