Festival

4o. Festival de Aves de Aguascalientes (2018)

Programa completo:

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Actividades transversales:

5 al 20 de mayo de 2018

Exposición fotográfica en RAMÉ FONDA VEGANA (Zaragoza No. ) ͟

Exposición fotográfica Museo Descubre

Exposición Fotográfica en el Museo del Juguete Tradicional Mexicano (Eduardo J Correa 224, San Marcos) Abierto de Lunes a Sábado de 11:00 h a 18:00 h

Songbird Celebration at Blue Jay Point County Park

Bring your family to a FREE Songbird Celebration at Blue Jay Point County Park! This year we are observing World Migratory Bird Day, highlighting the work of partners across the globe unifying voices for bird conservation . Since 2018 is the Year of the Bird, we are celebrating ways we can help protect birds every day of the year. Come see how we incorporate that theme as you enjoy bird-related activities throughout the park. This is a great outing for individuals, families, scouts and other youth groups.

Día de las Aves Migratorias

Since 2013, Fundación Científica ARA MACAO celebrates the Migratory Bird Day in Venezuela, both in spring and autumn. Performs several activities both in the interior and in some Caribbean islands (Los Roques, Margarita and Coche). Environmental education and scientific activities are carried out to show local communities the importance of migratory birds conservation.

Bird Day Celebration by Friends of Wallkill River National Wildlife Refuge

Friends of Wallkill River National Wildlife Refuge are hosting a day of guided bird walks, bird banding demonstration, games, activties, and information for all ages.  Members of the Sussex County Bird Club will provide tips on identfication by sight and sound, the Avian Wildlife Center will have some of their resident hawks, owls, and songbirds on display, Restore Native Plants will share information on landscaping that will benefit wild birds.

17th Annual Spring Migration Festival by the Great Swamp Conservancy

Celebrating the return of Migratory Birds with a festival that incudes live birds of prey, nature walks to the Great Blue Heron Rookery, tractor /wagon rides to a 30 acre wetland for bird observation, children's nature crafts and games, pond exploration, wildlife artists, crafters, music, and food. Family fun with environmental education.

WMBD at Fernbank Science Center

Join us May 12, 2018 for World Migratory Bird Day at Fernbank Science Center.  There will be free fun for the whole family, including bird activities, live bird demonstrations, a binocular "training" course and much more.  This year we are also hosting a photography contest sponored by the Georgia Nature Photography Association and Fernbank Science Center.  The title of the competition is "Migratory Birds of the Southeast" 

Nature Calgary Festival at Inglewood Bird Sanctuary

Come celebrate the return of our feathered friends as they migrate back to Calgary after the winter season. Learn about migration and conservation from local birding experts, enjoy nature-themed games and crafts, and go on a guided sanctuary tour. Bring the family to enjoy this international celebration dedicated to birds and their habitats.​

World Migratory Bird Day at the Missisquoi National Wildlife Refuge

The Missisquoi National Wildlife Refuge will celebrate the 25th anniversary of International Migratory Bird Day on Saturday, May 19th, 2018. Now known as World Bird Day, the 2018 theme is celebrating the Year of the Bird, the 100th anniversary of the Migratory Bird Treaty Act.

SPECIAL NOTE: This year we will again have an “Early Bird” bird walk on the Maquam / Black Creek trails. Meet at 5:30 AM at the Route 78 parking lot. (Registration for this walk is not necessary.)

World Migratory Bird Day by Nature Canada

Nature Canada will be leading three Guided Nature Walks at 10:30 AM, 12:00 PM and 2:30 PM.  These walks will be lead by Nature Canada’s Naturalist Director and resident bird-expert, Ted Cheskey, as well as other expert naturalists. These walks will enable everyone to explore their surroundings and discover the birds species with whom they share their local urban spaces.

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