Next meeting will be at Watering Hole February 7, 2013 at 7PM
Club Weekend Outing Canceled
We are celebrating the 40th anniversary of the Howard Suamico SnoBirds and the club will purchase long sleeve t-shirts for all adult members.
Please complete the attached order form below and send to Sue address on form.
Sam's Member Offer (PDF)
April 2013 Newsletter
March 2013 Newsletter
February 2013 Newsletter
January 2013 Newsletter
December 2012 Newsletter
October 2012 Newsletter
Annual Dues – if you have not already paid you can mail them to Barb prior to the next meeting.
Let us know if you do not plan to join for the 2012-2013 year.
Bayland Excavating Inc
C/O Barb Murphy
1480 Cornell Rd
Green Bay, WI 54313
Brown County Snowmobile trail are sectioned. Sno-Birds trail are in section 6. All trail open and closers can be found on Brown County Park Department web site.
Brown County Snowmobile Trail
The club would like to thank all the club member that take the time to sign and
brush the trails and make them safe for all to enjoy this winter! We also would
like to thank our great volunteer groomer drivers Tom and Ken Le Mere.
Please stay on the trail or next year they maybe gone!!!
The Sno-Birds Snowmobile Club is proud to hold 100% membership in The
Association of Wisconsin Snowmobile Clubs (AWSC) for more information about the AWSC checkout there website.
Welcome Come Ride Our Trails
The Sno-Bird's Snowmobile Club was established in 1973 by residents of Howard
& Suamico. Located in Brown County, Wisconsin (just north of Green Bay),
the Sno-Bird's are responsible for the grooming and care of 45 miles of trail
running west form the Bay of Green Bay in Brown County west to Shawano County,
north to Oconto County, south to Outagamie County and Oneida Tribe. We hold monthly
meetings on the first Thursday of the month (location can be found on the events page)
to discuss trail issues, organize activities for family members, and plan charity
fund raising events.
Come ride our 45 miles of trails that join us to the north ,south, east & west.
Enjoy the 25,000 miles of state trails available to riders throughout the state of
Wisconsin. Like many of the clubs in the state we work VERY HARD to keep
our trails safe for others to enjoy.
AWSC Miss Snowflake and Club members that made the booyah at our Christmas Party 2010.