History Lecture Series
Stop by the Alexander Blue House 2 p.m. Monday, Jan. 23, for the first program in our History Lecture Series, "Michigan's Passenger Pigeon...Gone Forever." This is a free program, no registration required.
From the 1830s-1890s, the Passenger Pigeon was the most dominant species in Michigan, and also the most hunted. This program, presented by Al and Dave Eicher, follows a timeline of events in Michigan’s history that led to the extinction of this bird. Sponsored by the Livonia Historical Commission.