Michigan’s spectacular fall colors and winter wonderlands are approaching, and our injured and orphaned patients will soon begin to feel the chill. We’re ready to rehabilitate thousands more songbirds in our brand-new, built-with-love flight enclosures—if we can wire them for electricity and warmth.

The cost for this critical electrical work, a whole-house generator to power life-saving oxygen tanks and incubators, and chimney repairs to keep the heat inside? $20,000.

Our Board of Directors can get us halfway there with matching donations of up to $10,000. But we can’t keep our feathered patients warm and well-cared-for without the support of our community.

That’s why we’re calling on you, friends and fellow bird-lovers, to help us bring power to our birds with the power of giving.

Will you help us get the birds in our care through the winter with warmth and comfort? They’ll reward your generosity in the spring with their happy, hopeful songs—and the next generation of adorable babies. Join us in powering up the joy! ⚡️

On behalf of the staff, volunteers, and Board of Directors of the Bird Center of Michigan, thank you for your support! 💙