Guandu International Nature Art Festival

Guandu International Nature Art Festival, dating back to 2006, was Taiwan's first large-scale natural art event held in a conservation park. With the experience in the past ten years, this art event has come to a new stage by resetting its title since 2016. The triangle composed of river culture, wetland conservation, and environmental art is still the solid foundation of the curatorial concepts. This event aims to serve as a catalyst to deepen the public’s awareness of our environment, as well as care for local cultures.

Migratory Bird Festival

The annual Migratory Bird Festival is a free, public event where residents and visitors alike can see, celebrate, and learn about the marvelous migratory birds that travel thousands of miles each year to visit or spend the winter in St. Martin. These amazing birds connect the Americas with their incredible journeys, and St. Martin plays an important role in their life cycle. Activities at the 2018 Migratory Bird Festival will include birdwatching, BirdSleuth games, interactive discovery stations, art activities, and more!

Mi Casa es Su Casa Migration Celebration

The Prince George’s Audubon Society will hold its 5th annual migration-themed birding festival on Saturday, September 22, 2018 at Lake Artemesia, from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.! 

There will be an early bird walk at 7:30 a.m. for all skill levels, a bilingual family nature walk at 10:00 a.m., live raptors and a raptor talk at 11:00 a.m., children's crafts, coloring pages, face painting, and a Monarch butterfly life cycle display. 

"Fall Fun Fest: Birds & Butterflies - Year of the Bird: 365 Days of Bird Conservation"

"Fall Fun Fest: Birds & Butterflies - Year of the Bird: 365 Days of Bird Conservation" is a World Migratory Bird Day and Pringle Nature Center Fall Fest combined festival open from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, September 15, 2018 at Pringle Nature Center in Bristol Woods County Park, 9800 160th Ave., Bristol, WI, USA.

Branta Fest San Quintín 2019 / Brant Fest San Quintín 2019

During the two last weekends of january and first weekend of February, the San Quintín Botanical Garden, the Bird watchers of San Quintín Valley, and UMA Los Volcanes will be helding diferent activities about the migratory birds and the importance of San Quintín Bay for them. Some activities will be: second citizen black brant count, talks about birds in the schools, birds watching trips in boats and by foot, movies.  

3er. Festival de las Aves Cancún 2018 "Volando por la Península"


Unete a este 3er. Festival y celebremos juntos a las Aves. Vamos a conocer a nuestras aves residentes y migratorias, sus colores, cantos y formas. La importancia de Península de Yucatán para las aves, y como podemos ayudar a conservarlas. 




1er. Festival Infantil de las Aves en Maya Ka’an. En el marco del Día Mundial de las Aves Migratorias

Maya Ka'an el nuevo desitno de la zona maya de Quintana Roo

Organiza el 1er Festival infantil de las aves. 

Invitamos a observadores de aves en especial de los Grupos de niños de las comunidades de Maya Ka'an (Tihosuco, Punta Allen , Kanemó y Señor) que participan en programas de educaciónn ambiental. 

Se realizarán actividades didácticas, como juegos de salón, elaboración de máscaras, juegos de mesa, música etc. que promuevan la conservación de las aves (con énfasis en las aves migratorias) y sus hábitats, dirigidas a los niños. 


Festival de Aves Migratorias- Saltillo, Coahuila

A festival about migratory birds so that people can get to know them. There will be dances, informative talks, sale of handicrafts allusive to migratory birds, all organized by the Museum of the Birds of Mexico in Saltillo, Coahuila, Mexico.
We expect the assistance of 300-400 people. All artistic and educational activities will be free. There will be activities for children and adults.


Wings over Willapa Festival

The first annual Wings over Willapa Festival will be held on Saturday, September 29, 2018.  There are 10 field trips planned including a kayak trip, pelagic trip, barge trip to Long Island, Ilwaco Harbor trip, Birding 101 trip, Birding by Bike trip, Cape Disappointment trip, Shorebird trip to Leadbetter, Wildlife Tracking/birding trip and an Oyster growers Willapa Bay boating trip.  There will also be presentations on shorebirds, birding 101, photography, raptors, citizen science including ebird and iNaturalist as well as numerous art workshops including activities for kids.  The headquarte

Meadowlark Nature Festival by the Okanagan Similkameen Conservation Alliance

Showcasing the best of the Okanagan and Similkameen valleys’ natural environments, Meadowlark Festival is the flagship public event presented by the Okanagan Similkameen Conservation Alliance (OSCA). This year the festival offers 78 tours including hiking, cycling, horseback riding, canoeing, geology tours, astronomy events, children`s programs, film screenings, art exhibitions, Aboriginal events, and photography, painting and writing workshops.


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