World Migratory Bird Day At East End Lagoon Nature Preserve

Join us on Saturday, May 14th, for free guided birding tours to celebrate World Migratory Bird Day. The tours will take place at East End Lagoon Nature Preserve at 8:00 and or 9:30 am. Tours will be led by two-expert birders who will teach you about shorebirds, migratory birds and why Galveston is among the country's top birding destinations in the US. *Tours are limited to 20 people max

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Lights out Windsor!

Pelee Island Bird Observatory will host an evening event for those interested in learning about light pollution and migratory birds. From 6-9 pm we will have presentations, have literature, play games with the children and take an evening stroll in the park to listen for nocturnal birds. 

"Dim the Lights for Birds at Night" Hike

Virtual Trivia Night!

When: Tuesday, May 3rd at 7pm

Where: Virtual program on Zoom

What: Join staff from Montana Wild and Montana Discovery Foundation for an egg-sighting virtual trivia event! We will quiz your bird knowledge in 3 exciting rounds, and you will get to meet a live Raptor Ambassador from the Montana WILD Wildlife Center between each round. Space is limited to 15 teams so sign up soon!  Email Corie Rice to register: [email protected]

Guided Bird Walks at Spring Meadow Lak

Guided Bird Walks at Spring Meadow Lake

When: Saturday, May 1st Walks begin at 8:00 am, 8:30 am, and 9:00 am

Where: Spring Meadow Lake – meet in the parking lot next to Montana Wild 

What: Enjoy these guided bird walks with an expert birder! Get ready to learn and enjoy nature – binoculars and field guides may be available (on a first-come-first-served basis).

Contact: Corie Rice at Montana Wild, 

El camí cap al Nord / The Flyway towards North

S'Albufera de Mallorca wetland is a resting and feeding area for many birds that return to Europe from the South. Many of them will continue their migratory journey to the breeding areas, however others will stay here to spend the summer with us. Join us in a guided activity to find out what migratory birds are arriving and why they travel.

Décimo festival a Tláloc, San Lucas Xolox, Tecámac, estado de México

Descripción del evento: El Décimo festival a Tláloc, es una celebración que se realiza en el cerro de Xolox, en el municipio de Tecámac al norte del estado de México. Durante la celebración se realizarán pláticas enfocadas a conocer las interacciones que tienen las aves con recursos florales importantes en la región, como es el caso del maguey pulquero (Agave salmiana), que inicia su periodo de floración en los meses de marzo-abril y hasta julio cuando inicia el proceso de producción de semilla.

Morning Bird Walk

Migratory birds are back in New York City! Join us on this guided walk to discover the birds of Gantry Plaza State Park and to try out our new scope! Binoculars will be provided.

Morning Bird-Sit

In celebration of World Migratory Bird Day, join us for a calm, morning Bird-Sit where we will identify as many birds as we can while sitting out on the Park House Lawn at Marsha P. Johnson State Park! Binoculars will be provided.

Naturalistic Observatory of Culuccia Island - Discover migratory birds and their habitats in Porto Liscia

Join us to celebrate the World Migratory Bird Day!

The naturalistic Observatory of Culuccia Island invites you on May 14th, from 10 to 13 a.m., to discover the wetland of Porto Liscia, where birds migrating from northern Africa to Europe stop, rest and feed.

The Observatory team will lead a two hours walk to observe the birds and their habitats, then children will create small bird-feeder to take home and put up in winter time.

For more information plase call +39 366 634 5287

Celebrate Migratory Birds! Family Hike

They’re back! Mark the return of many fine feathered friends as we celebrate World Migratory Bird Day with an educational talk and hike for families at the Boyd Woods Audubon Sanctuary. On this walk, led by Kent Center School Science Teacher Josh Szwed and LHAS President Marie Kennedy, we’ll learn about migration flyways, marvel at some migratory champions, and learn how you can help give returning birds a warm welcome! We’ll meet at the parking lot, make our way to the bird blind, and learn about the theme for this year’s World Migratory Bird Day.


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