Educational Activity

World Migratory Bird Day at Frick Park

On May 12th, come to the Frick Environmental Center to engage your larger-than-bird brain and celebrate World Migratory Bird Day with the Pittsburgh Parks Conservancy and Carnegie Museum of Natural History.


We will have a variety of activities for learners of all ages, from fledgling to adult, that teach ways to appreciate and help birds in our backyards including:


WMBD Plant Native for the Birds at Volo Bog

Habitat is critical to the survival of migratory birds, and they prefer plants that are native to your area. Give birds a hand this spring by going native. The Friends of Volo Bog are hosting a native plant sale to get you started. The order deadline is April 14th, and plants may be picked-up on April 21 & 22nd at the Volo Bog State Natural Area parking lot. Visit our website at for the order form. 

Birds without Borders: World Migratory Bird Day at Alton Baker Park

Birds without Borders: 2018 International Migratory Bird Day, a celebration of birds and their natural habitats, will be held Saturday, May 12, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Nearby Nature facilities in Alton Baker Park in Eugene. An early-bird bird walk will begin at 7:30 a.m.

The family-friendly event, cosponsored by Lane County Audubon Society and Nearby Nature, will provide outdoor learning experiences featuring kid-friendly bird walks and other educational activities at Nearby Nature’s Learnscape. Spanish-speaking guides will be available. 

Status of migratory birds in Ghana

I am organizing a presentation on the status of migratory birds in Ghana.

Annual Bird Festival at Trempealeau National Wildlife Refuge

Join us Saturday, May 12th for our Annual Bird Festival at Trempealeau National Wildlife Refuge from 8 am to 12:30 pm with "Early Bird" hikes starting at 7 am. Celebrate World Migratory Bird Day with outdoor and indoor activities throughout the day! Participate in one of our special birding hikes or watch how biologists band wild birds! Check out our fun kid friendly activities! Bring your camera for an informal tips and tricks session, or bring your smartphone or other device to learn about brilliant birding apps!

"Concientizando sobre el cuidado de las aves migratorias en las costas y humedales de Baja California Sur, México"

To celebrate the World Migratory Bird Day, we will carry out various activities with our Friends of the City and Nature Ecologist Group; like the elaboration of a mural newspaper at CBTA 294 high school in Ciudad Constitución Baja California Sur; an awareness campaign on the importance of migratory birds in the coasts of Baja California Sur and messages to the populations. 

Vamos a realizar con nuestro Grupo Ecologista Amigos de la Ciudad y la Naturaleza, las siguientes actividades:

WMBD at New Mexico Wildlife Center

At NMWC we see many birds who suffer injury or illness, often at the hands of humans. We rehabilitate every species of bird in New Mexico, and we are committed to educating the public about how to live with birds. Join NMWC on May 12 from 11 AM – 3 PM for our World Migratory Bird Day celebration. Participants will get to meet our Ambassador Animals and learn more about ways that we can conserve birds during the Year of the Bird.

World Migratory Bird Day in Kosovo

Organizing birdwatching along with an educational activity for children from neighboring schools of Henci/ Radeva Wetland. All those activities will be followed by local and national media.

Unifying our efforts for birds conservation

It will be on the 5th of May 2018. An educational and birdwatchind day at Farwa Island in the north-western part of Libya. The event will be organized by The Libyan Society of Birds (LSB), Bado Society for protecting of Marine and Wildlife and the Department of Zoology, Faculty of Science, Tripoli University. 

Quad Cities World Migratory Bird Day

The Quad Cities Botanical Center in cooperation with the U. S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Guardians of the Prairie and Forest, and other partners will be hosting a World Migratory Bird Day event on June 2nd 2018.  The event intends to target people of all ages and interests in birds but especially will have fun games and activities for families with children.  We will have speakers that will address bird conservation issues.  We will also have free flighted raptors to engage kids with birds.  An agenda of the event is available at the link below. 


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