Birdwatching

WMBD Dahl Sanctuary

Enjoy this mixed habitat sanctuary and look for spring migrants including along a section of the Saco River. This sanctuary is a lovely oasis and includes a riparian flood plain, sandbars and wetlands which attract a variety of birds. The trails are flat but hiking shoes or rubber boots might be helpful depending upon trail conditions. Meet at the entrance on Rte. 302.

Leader: Charlie Nims

Registration required. Fee: $5/person

 

World Migratory Bird Day in Fond du Lac

World Migratory Bird Day is officially coming up on May 12th, but Fond du Lac is getting an early start on the celebration. 

Fond du Lac was named one of Wisconsin’s “Bird Cities” in 2012, and Laura DeGolier says “we have to put on a celebration that reminds people of the value of birds, encourage people to plant bird habitat…and we do it at this time of the year, because that’s when the birds are moving.”

Birdwatching tour in the Kottensforst

On Saturday the 12th May, from 9am to 12am you will have the opportunity to look for a range of migratory birds during a guided birdwatching tour led by a NABU expert who will give you all the information about the species currently staying in Bonn. 

To participate, please register with Andreas Kepper (0228253869)

For more details:

www.worldmigratorybirdday.org / contact@worldmigratorybirdday.org

Celebration of World Migratory Bird Day, 2018

  • Nature Environment & Wildlife Society (Odisha) will organize the following events in the eve of World Migratory Bird Day, 2018.

World Migratory Bird Day with Yellowstone National Park and the Grizzly & Wolf Discovery Center

Celebrate WORLD MIGRATORY BIRD DAY and YEAR OF THE BIRD with Yellowstone National Park and the Grizzly & Wolf Discovery Center

Experience World Migratory Bird Day and join us for a day full of programs that celebrate and teach the role and importance of wild birds.

SATURDAY, May 12

8:00 AM - NOON: BIRDWATCHING CAR CARAVAN

World Migratory Bird Day at Frick Environmental Center

Birds know no borders. Many of the species that sing to us all summer have winter homes farther south in Central or South America. Some birds just pass through, and some settle in for the summer. Whatever their destination, May is a time of year where we can see many species in our parks.  World Migratory Bird Day is a celebration of the diversity of birds that live among us, and a reminder of our ability to protect these animals as they travel extraordinary distances each year.

Migratory Bird Day at Kane Creek, Moab

We're teaming up with The Nature Conservancy in Utah to host a celebration of World Migratory Bird Day! In addition to a guided birding tour, Migratory Bird Day at the preserve will include stations where you can learn about mammals, native fish and aquatic insects. All events are free. The birding tour will begin at 8 a.m., and all other activities will begin at 9 a.m. and end at noon. All events will begin at the Kane Creek entrance to the preserve, 934 W. Kane Creek Boulevard, in Moab. Dogs and other pets are not permitted on the preserve. 

World Migratory Bird Day by Helena-Lewis and Clark National Forest

JOIN US to Celebrate Birds! 
Our 15th annual Bird Day Festival is on May 5th. Join us for "Early Bird" guided hikes around the reservoir at 6:30 a.m.; or join in one of the guided hikes later in the day! Check out all of the birds that spend their days around the reservoir, and then go play some games! 
Spend your day playing games, getting your face painted, painting your favorite bird, meeting some live raptors, building a bird house, watching skits and listening to local musicians, deocrating cookies, and SO MUCH MORE!!!!!!!!!!!!
FREE event and open to everyone!

Tweet Retreat at Shepherd's Spring Outdoor Ministry Center

A weekend birding retreat at the Shepherd's Spring Outdoor Ministry Center (www.shepherdsspring.org). We explore local birding hotspots such as the Chesapeake & Ohio Canal National Historical Park (a.k.a. C&O Canal Towpath), Antietam National Battlefield Park, Washington Monument State Park, and Harpers Ferry National Historical Park during the first weekend in May. Birds we encounter include migratory warblers, vireos, thrushes, and others, plus local and migratory birds that are starting their nests.

World Migratory Bird Day Bird Walk along the Rio Grande River

Public bird walk on the Rio Grande River dike in Alamosa, CO. This event is open to all ages! Early bird event starts at 9:00 AM on May 4th. We will be meeting in the parking lot just over the bridge on N. River Road. From the parking lot, we will take a small walk along the dike observing any bird species we come across and providing any information about the birds we have. Bring water, some snacks, and binoculars if you have them. We will be providing small binoculars to those in need while supplies last!

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