Welcome to the Environmental Interpretive Center

The EIC is a University of Michigan-Dearborn facility that promotes environmental sustainability through community education and scientific research. The Center is the gateway to the 300-acre Environmental Study Area available to university students, school groups, and the public.

 

What’s New

"OWL MOON" During a Young Naturalist program last week in the Natural Area, this Great-horned Owl was pearched in the stark branches of a tree silhouetted by a full moon.

"IN-DEPTH LEARNING" FOR U OF M-DEARBORN STUDENT! MORE

GRADUATE GREENING UP CLARA'S GARDEN! MORE

 

Join Upcoming Events

October

November

4-7:30PM Spiders in the Spotlight 15-5:00AM Owls Before Dawn
11-9:30AM Young Naturalist Begins    
       
   

Quick Links


Rouge River
Bird Observatory


The Rouge River Bird Observatory is the longest- running, full-time urban bird research station in North America.
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Contact Us:


Environmental
Interpretive Center
University of Michigan – Dearborn
4901 Evergreen Road
Dearborn, MI 48128
(313) 593–5338
eic@umd.umich.edu