Birdwatching

Migrate to the Marsh at Myrick Park for World Migratory Bird Day

WisCorps, Coulee Region Audubon Society, US Fish and Wildlife Service, US Geological Survey and the City of La Crosse are hosting a World Migratory Bird Day celebration in Myrick Park and at the Myrick Park Center on Saturday May 4, 2019 from 6:30 am – 12 noon.  This entirely FREE event includes a sunrise birding hike, bird banding demonstration, family-friendly birding walks, River Valley Raptors live raptor presentation and booth, bird-themed crafts and games.

“Migrasyon at Polusyon (English: Migration and Pollution): An Outdoor Learning Event on Bird Migration and Plastic Pollution”

Aside from bird watching, monitoring, and a field trip in the wetland where migratory birds are observed, the event will include: a) clean up drive for birds and sanitation; b) exhibit on bird migration in the community; and c) the conduct of “Dalaw Turo” (Dalaw – to visit; Turo – to teach), alternative approach on biodiversity conservation by using street theatre, environmental games, and lectures.

The event’s purpose and objectives are:

1) provide communication, education and public awareness on migratory bird conservation;

Mt. Wanda Bird Walk

Join the National Park Service and Mount Diablo Audubon Society for a springtime bird walk on Mt. Wanda, part of the John Muir National Historic Site in Martinez, CA. This free program begins with a moderately strenuous but slowly paced hike to observe and identify the birds of Mt. Wanda. The trail includes about 650 feet of elevation gain to a beautiful 360° view overlooking Alhambra Valley. Lark Sparrow, House Wren, and Lazuli Bunting were seen in 2018. All levels of birders and curious observers welcome.

Birdwatching in Beigua UNESCO Global Geopark

Beigua Geopark is a privileged observation point for birdwatching: look at the sky to follow the flight of honey buzzards, booted eagles, marsh harriers, black kites, short-toed snake eagles and other birds of prey.

Join us at the Ornithological Centre of Case Vaccà and don't forget your binoculars: with the help of the Park Guide, an expert ornithologist, we will learn to identify and record the different species.

Meeting point: from 11:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Ornithological Centre Case Vaccà, Arenzano

No admission fee.

Landscape Literacy by Artemisia Institute's Birding Club

The inaugural meeting of the Artemisia Institute's Birding Club will be May 12 from 9am-11am, the day after World Migratory Bird Day!
Led by institute Director Estraven Lupino-Smith, this birding outing will focus on identifying some local species, talking about ecosystems and habitats, and discussing what queering birding and other naturalist practices might look like while remembering that the best way to see birds is to stay quiet. Bring your binoculars! (and an extra pair to share)

The location is TBA, depending on accessibility needs.

Arkansas River "Birdwalk"

Walk along the Arkansas Riverwalk at a leisurely pace while looking to locate and identify migratory and other birds in the Canon City area.  Convey to participants the importance for providing suitable habitat for migratory birds across all phases of their life cycle (i.e., winter, migration, and breeding habitats).

World Migratory Bird Day by Columbia Bottom Conservation Area

Celebrate World Migratory Bird Day at Columbia Bottom Conservation Area! See what makes Columbia Bottom an important stopover for many migratory birds, and discover ways you can help bird conservation. Kids can visit our activity stations to learn about migratory birds and earn a prize.

Date: May 5th (noon - 4 p.m.) 

Location: Columbia Bottom Conservation Center 

 

World Migratory Bird Day - Cedar City, Utah

 

World Migratory Bird Day - Saturday May 11th in Cedar City, UT

Starts at 7:00 AM and Ends at Noon (Mountain Standard Time)

Join local resource agencies and local bird enthusiasts for:

Bird Walks, Bird Related Educational Activities and Games, Bird Identification, Mist Net and Banding Demonstration! 

A Bird Themed Poster Art Contest for local students Kindergarten through 6th Grade.

World Migratory Bird Day at Lost Valley Visitor Center in Glacial Park

World Migratory Bird Day Celebration

Saturday, April 27 8am-Noon

Capture and banding of migrating songbirds by US Fish & Wildlife Service biologists (8-10:30am)

Festival de Aves: Celebrando los Bosques Urbanos

Festival de Aves

Bosque Estatal de Pinones

Sabado 27 de abril de 2019 (8:00 AM a 1:00 PM)

 

El Programa del Estuario de la Bahia de San Juan invita  a todos los estudiantes y sus padres a celebrar las aves en el Bosque Estatal de Pinones. Tendremos Recorridos deObservacion de Aves, Charlas Educativas,Juegos Ecologicos, Estacion de Monitoreo de Agua y otras.
La Actividad cuenta como horas de contactoverde.
para mas informacion pueden escribir a: enieves@estuario.org

 

 

 

 

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