Known for sandhill crane viewing,
Haehnle Sanctuary is located
6 miles northeast of Jackson, Michigan
on Seymour Road.
Cranes are back!
Click here for current count
Click here for directions
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to view cranes
Silent Auction "for the birds"
Silent Auction to benefit Jackson Audubon and Haehnle Sanctuary
Four beautiful artworks have been generously donated “to benefit the birds” and will be sold in a silent auction this fall.
They are an acrylic painting of a vernal pond with Sandhill cranes by Toni Stevenson, a trio of leaf prints by R W Domm, a framed photograph of an oak in mist with black eyed susans, and a framed collage of four seasonal photographs by R W Domm.
If you wish to bid on an item in our auction, please email your name and phone number to marsi@ChelseaDepot.com and a bidding number will be issued to you.
Each item will be lettered A, B, C and D and each will have a minimum starting bid.
If you’d like to bid, simply email the letter of the item, your bidding number, and the amount you’d like to bid. A running tally will be kept until the auction goes live at the Chelsea Depot Artisans Show on Saturday, November 12, 2022, from 10-4, where the items will be on display and where visitors to the show may also sign up to bid.
You may bid in person on November 12 on a bidding sheet at the show at the train depot, 125 Jackson St., Chelsea, or by emailing marsi@ChelseaDepot.com that day. Emails will be checked hourly. Any last minute bids must be received by 4 p.m. on November 12. Winning bidders will be notified by Sunday afternoon, November 13 and arrangements for payment and picking up artwork must be made at that time.
A. ‘Vernal Pond, Late Winter’ Badgely-Smith Farm, Chelsea, by Toni Stevenson, acrylic, 21 1/2”x 32 1/2” framed, dated 2013
B. Trio of Leaf Prints by R W Domm, 15 1/2 x 39 1/2” #18/150 framed and matted
C. Oak in Mist, photograph unsigned 21 3/4 x 25 1/2 “ framed and matted
D. Four Seasons, photographs by R W Domm, 16 x 20 “ framed and matted