Birding Hike World Migratory Bird Day

Join us for World Migratory Bird Day on top of the Museum Roof to set out on an early morning birding hike around our 1.4-mile Enclosure Trail Loop. Be sure to wear appropriate footwear and bring water. It is encouraged to bring binoculars, but not mandatory since we will still be listening and watching for up-close birds as well!

Hackville Museum Farm Bird Day

Hallockville Museum Farm hosts an International Migratory Bird Day Walk on Saturday, May 13 from 9 to 11 a.m. Naturalist MaryLaura Lamont leads visitors on a tour through peak migration season, where warblers, vireos, thrush, hawks, and waterfowl will all be found in a variety of habitats of fields, woods, and pond areas along the Long Island Sound. Tickets are $15 or $10 for Hallockville members, and can be obtained at

Las aves migratorias en el Tajo Internacional

Celebramos el Día Mundial de las Aves Migratorias con el grupo de ocio y tiempo libre de Brozas (Cáceres). Realizaremos un avistamiento de aves en el Parque Periurbano de la Charca de Brozas y Ejido, realizando posteriormente un juego sobre las aves migratorias que allí habitan.

World Migratory Bird Day

Observe birds and reporter:

Robin                 Black capped chickadee

house wren             Song sparrow 

Cedar waxwings         American Crow

American goldfinch    House finch  

northern cardinal 

World Migratory Bird Day (WMBD) Nantucket Field Station Meet and Greet

Join us at the Nantucket Field Station Saturday May 13th 2023 for World Migratory Bird Day (WMBD) to learn about WMBD, the importance of water to migrating birds and to bird this location of various wetland habitats. Learn about the Nantucket Biodiversity Initiative Aquatic Threats Committee and contribute to the local bird-a-thon!

Water: sustaining bird life

On May 12, 2023, the NGO "Tinerii si viitorul" in partnership with Environmental Protection Agency Galati organizes the activity "Water: sustaining bird life".

The participants, organized into work teams, will make ornithological observations and identify bird species with the help of binoculars, at secondary school "Ion Creangă" in I.C. Brătianu locality, Tulcea county, located on the right bank of the Danube.

The activity will continue with the viewing of thematic films, and at the end the participants will create the image of a bird with their bodies.

Birdwatching in Zagreb

Pridružite nam se na promatranju ptica kad obilježavamo Svjetski dan ptica selica!

Okupljamo se na južnom ulazu u park Dotrščina (točna lokacija na karti) u 9:00 sati. Predviđeno trajanje je 2-3 sata iako nas možete napustiti bilo kada, kao i pridružiti nam se naknadno.

Do mjesta okupljanja možete doći autobusnim linijama 205 i 235 (stanica Svetošimunska) koji kreću s okretišta Dubrava ili autobusnom linijom 227 sa Svetica (stanica Svetošimunska – trgovina).

Brussels is for the Birds!

Do you think of Brussels as a drab place, full of Eurocrats and arcane legislation? Well, think again...Brussels is (also) full of great birds, and our team is going to show how many we can find in one beautiful, big day of birdwatching.

World Migratory Bird Day Walk at Porcupine Lake

The Friends of the Porcupine River Watershed will celebrate World Migratory Bird Day with a guided bird walk at Porcupine Lake on Saturday, May 13th 2023 from 8am to 10am. Participants will get the opportunity to observe a variety of songbirds, waterfowl, and shorebirds while learning about the many wonderful species of migrating birds who rely on waterbodies like Porcupine Lake to rest and feed on their journey north in spring. Meet us at White Waterfront Conservation area at 8am on Saturday, May 13th, 2023. 

Migratory Bird Day at Spillway Park

This hidden treasure is located in the Historic College Park District of Lake Worth. The park was built in 1987 by the South Florida Water Management District which currently own it. It has long been a popular place to bird and fish.

There have been 110 species of birds reported here from ebird. Some reported sightings have included Cedar Wax Wings, American Robins, Blue Headed Vireo, Spot-breasted Orioles, Cape May Warbler, Northern Parula, Yellow-bellied Sapsucker, and the White eyed Vireo. Join Trip Leaders Gael Silverblatt & Marcus Kelly while we search for more species.


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