Observación de Aves Bosque Húmedo y Litoral Costero

Alumnos de 5to (Juniors) visitaran diferentes zonas de vida en el Parque Nacional Los Haitises en Sabana de la Mar, provincia Hato Mayor.  Estaran acompañados de observadores de aves, maestros y padres.  La activida fomenta la interaccion con la naturaleza y la apreciacion de la misma.

World Migratory Bird Day 2022 in Indonesia

HIMPUS (Poultry Lovers Student Association) is an organization of the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Syiah Kuala University, which is engaged in the development and observation of birds in Aceh, Indonesia. HIMPUS has focused on protecting migratory birds in Indonesia since 2014 by carrying out various public awareness efforts.

Wauwatosa Spring Bird Tour at The Forest Exploration Center

The City of Wauwatosa, in collaboration with the Forest Exploration (FEC), invites you to celebrate World Migratory Bird Day on May 14, 2022 at the FEC's Nature Trail, 1800 Forest Exploration Drive in Wauwatosa. Observe, explore and discover on two 90 minute hikes, beginning at 6:30 am and 8:30 am. The hikes will be led by Mark McNally, life-long birder and associate professor at the Medical College of Wisconsin. Mark will also address the significant threat light pollution poses to migratory birds.

The Big Sit!

The Big Sit! is a free, annual, international birding event open to anyone, anywhere in the world. All individuals or groups are eligible to participate; just follow The Big Sit! rules and submit your results. The Big Sit! can be as competitive or non-competitive as you would like, but it is meant to be fun. Some people have called it “a tailgate party for birders.”

Bioblitz en Parque Nacional Los Haitises

Durante los días 12. 19. 26 de febrero y el sábado 12 de marzo diferentes grupos de alumnos visitaron el Parque Nacional Los Haitises en la provincia Hato Mayor en el Sur-Este de la isla.  Realizaron observación de aves para luego identificarlas y completar informaciones sobre estas: aves de bosque húmedo montano y en el litoral costero.

Exploring the Birds of Costa Rica's Rancho Naturalista

Join naturalist and artist Christine Elder for a free, live, online event in celebration of Global Big Day and World Migratory Bird Day on Saturday, May 14th at 8:00 AM CST.  We’ll be broadcasting from Costa Rica’s premier birdwatching lodge; Rancho Naturalista, where we’ll be sharing our observations of birds as we explore the lodge grounds.

This mid-elevation forest region east of San Jose boasts over 400 species of resident and migratory birds.

World Migratory Bird Day - Steinaker State Park

Steinaker State Park and the Division of Wildlife Resources are hosting an all-day celebration of World Migratory Bird Day on May 14, 2022 at Steinaker State Park near Vernal.

Event schedule

8 a.m. - Morning birding hike highlighting the various birds that migrate to and call Steinaker home.
1 p.m. - Educational birding presentation and discussion about various bird species that can be observed in Utah.
8 p.m. - Dark sky tour of Steinaker State Park, which will include presentations on nocturnal wildlife, a scorpion hike and other dark sky events.

Spring Birding at Lake Hope State Park

Mid-May is near the peak season of migration in our area. Search for these feathered friends on this leisurely 1.5 mile walk along the forest and water learning to identify several by sight and sound. Some binoculars provided. Waterproof shoes are ideal. Meet at the Hope Furance near the listed address. For more information or exact directions please call the Lake Hope Nature Center at 740-596-3030.

Young Generation for Migratory Bird Conservation Challenges

On April 1, the NGO ECO-CARE launched a contest with 17 questions about birds. Students can pick up the form from their teacher, fill in the answers, and bring them back to the same teacher. On April 20, we will collect the forms for correction by school. A transparent draw will be held in each school to select the top 5 students. After the draw, the top 5 students will simulate a training on the answers and a mixed team (NGO ECO-CARE and teachers of the school) will now select the top 2 students and those who explain better.

Birds Without Borders

Free community event celebrating World Migratory Bird Day!  Celebrate birds.  Connecting cultures.

Saturday, May 14, 10am-2pm

Sahalee Park, Madras, Oregon

Storytelling with Wilson Wewa, Northern Paiute tribal member

Native American flute music with James Edmund Greeley



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