Explore the Outdoors: World Migratory Bird Day

On Saturday, April 13, Fort Caroline National Memorial will host the 6th annual Explore the Outdoors: World Migratory Bird Day. This event will feature a variety of hands-on activities focusing on migratory birds and their protected habitat in Northeast Florida. This year’s theme is “Protect Birds: Be the solution to plastic pollution.” By making changes individually and within our communities, we can make a difference in the fight against plastic pollution, improving habitat and survival rates for birds.  

BLESS World Migratory Bird Day

A fun family friendly educational festival celebrating the return of Migratory birds.

World Migratory Bird Day by the Avian Reconditioning Center

Join us as we celebrate the Swallow-Tailed Kite. This species nests in Florida and winters in Brazil. This is a 10,000 mile migratory journey! Meet Scooter our STKI and learn about conservation efforts and what dangers they may endure during their journey. Two years ago, a GPS tracking device was placed on Apopka,one of our rehabilitated Kites. Come out and learn about tracking studies for these birds and find out where Apopka is now.

Helena World Migratory Bird Day Outdoor Fair

6:30 am on May 4th, 2019 are hosted bird identification hikes at the Helena Regulating Reservoir. 9:00 am the Outdoor Fair begins with over 18 education  and fun stations--including a heron rookery viewing site, live raptors, Native American drumming and blessings for birds, building bird boxes,  bird games, face painting and much more.

World Migratory Bird Day Celebration in Northern New Mexico

This year's World Migratory Bird Day theme is "Protect the Birds: Be the Solution to Plastic Pollution!" Bring the whole family to New Mexico Wildlife Center to help us celebrate wild birds and find ways to reduce the dangerous impact of plastics on them. See wild birds close up, watch live raptor presentations, learn about native species and how we can improve their habitats, have fun with activities for all ages, meet others in our communities who are working to help birds, and more. Food will be available for sale.

World Migratory Bird Day by the UGA Aquarium

May 11, 12:30 pm - 4:30 pm

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Celebrate World Migratory Bird Day at the UGA Aquarium! Learn about the incredible diversity of shorebirds that visit our coast during their migratory journeys. Bring the family for a fun day of hands-on activities, interactive presentations and animal encounters.

Cost: General Admission to the UGA Aquarium. Please note that we only accept cash or check for aquarium admission. Visit this page to learn about admission prices.

Spring Migration Festival by Great Swamp Conservancy

To honor and celebrate migratory birds, each year the Great Swamp Conservancy hosts a Spring Migration Festival. At this festival we have live birds of prey, tractor rides, live music, reptiles, chicken bbq, a petting zoo, games, face painting, wildlife artists, local crafters and so much more!

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 Festival by Sacajawea Audubon Society

Bozeman's 2nd annual WMBD Festival, presented by Sacajawea Audubon Society! On Friday, May 10th at 7pm at the Ellen Theater we are featuring the Bozeman premiere of Epic Yellowstone: Life on the Wing from Grizzly Creek Films and the Smithsonian Channel with a panel discussion and Q&A with the Bozeman based filmmakers. Then on Saturday, May 11th from 10am-1pm we will host a festival of family activities at the Bozeman Public Library. We will have games, crafts, and live birds!


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