Birding On The Prairie

The program consists of a birding activity in the prairie, a short talk about the importance of the conservation of natural resources and the protection of our birds, and a bilingual tour through our site.

Talking face to face with pepole near Zayanderud river

On May 11th, some members of AvayeBoom Bird Conservation Society, in collaboration with cultural department of Nazhvan Forest Park, went among people in this park to introduce this day and talk face to face with them about this year’s theme: “Protect Birds: Be The Solution To Plastic Pollution”. Taking photos of people while holding the day’s poster, our members listened to people’s solutions and suggestions and talked to them about harms of plastic for nature and birds in particular.

Public Birdwatching near ZayandehRud river

On 10th of May, AvayeBoom Bird Conservation Society led a group of 12 birdwatching and environmentalist enthusiasts. On this 3-hour tour that lasted from 8 am to 11am, participants got to watch the birds on eastern bank of Zayenderud river at Bagh-e-Javan Park in Esfahan. Luckily, due to the flowing water and mild weather condition, around 20 bird species were observed and identified. Following is the list of observed birds:
Little bittern 
Night heron
Eurasian golden oriole
Little egret
Cattle egret
Willow warbler
Hooded crow

World Migratory Bird Hike at Springwater Conservation Area

Take a hike around Springwater Forest with CCCA and Bird Studies Canada biologists to witness some of the Carolinian's Life zones bird wildlife.

World Migratory Bird Day by Toronto Ornithological Club

Discover High Park on a new light, join the Toronto Ornithological Club to enjoy warblers, orioles, sparrows and hummingbirds! Meet leader Tim McCarthy at 7:30 a.m. at the parking lot inside the Bloor St. entrance to High Park at High Park Ave. Keep an eye out for people with binoculars. This outing involves walking over gentle terrain but with some contours, over 1 – 2 km.

Willowdale Bird Migration Meet-up

Join us on World Migratory Bird Day as we tell you about what birds you can see in your Willowdale backyard at this time of year. We will meet at Edithvale Community Centre where we start by talking about birding, migratory birds, and what people can do to protect birds. Then we take a bird-watching walk nearby to identify birds. Rain or shine. Bring binoculars if you have them.

World Migratory Bird Day at Elkhorn Slough

The Elkhorn Slough National Estuarine Research Reserve is hosting World Migratory Bird Day. The event welcomes people into its beautiful tidal salt marsh landscape. Within the reserve, there is a rich abundance of birds, plants, marine mammals, and fish. For the event we are offering bird walks, games, and arts & crafts, and information about the impact of plastics on the environment and the ways people can create positive change.

World Migratory Bird Day at Potlatch Public Library

Potlatch Public Library will celebrate 2019 World Migratory Bird Day with a series of bird related activities, beginning at 7 a.m. Friday with a bird walk at Scenic Six Park, 125 Sixth St., Potlatch. Participants should meet at the library, 1010 Onaway Road, prior to going to the park.

Spring count - World Migratory Bird Day

In conjunction with World Migratory Bird Day, we'll be conducting our annual spring count.  It is sure to be warmer than the Christmas Bird count, so put it on your calendar!
As before, the Mesa County-wide count will be divided into 12 areas, with a trip leader for each area.  Birders of all levels of experience are welcome to participate. 

Cantigny Park - Birdwatching Open

The Birdwatching Open coincides with World Migratory Bird Day and focuses attention on the important role golf courses can play in providing bird-friendly habitat. The goal is to find as many species as we can, birding Cantigny Golf for most of the day.


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