Educational Activity

Celebrando el día Mundial de las Aves Migratorias

Charla para dar a conocer el estado y las problematicas actuales de las aves migratorias y realizaremos una senda por el parque de Pradolongo para observar aves y aprender a reconocer aquellas que nos visitan cada primavera en su migración.

Celebrating World Migratory Bird Day 2022

Join Audubon for a fascinating conversation about migratory birds, the hazards they face along the way, and the actions we are taking to help ensure safe passage along their journeys. Hosted by our Bird-Friendly Communities team, the presentation and panel discussion will explore bird migration, featuring innovative visualizations developed by Audubon's Migratory Bird Initiative, and will highlight hemispheric connections through Audubon Americas.

BookWidgets World Migratory Bird Day Event

BookWidgets will create interactive, engaging activities which educators, students, and classrooms around the world can complete to learn more about the effects of light pollution on birds and the environment as a whole.  

Meet Qanaxsix the Bald Eagle and Girdie the American Crow

Visit with a live Bald Eagle and American Crow with bird caretakers Lisa Pajot and Chandell Cotter, both volunteers for the Alaska Bird Learning and Treatment Center. This is a free online event that will be presened via Zoom. Register here to received the link: https://alaska.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZMrc-CvpjsiHNPiAuAkyIZNS0KefrG7....

World Migratory Bird Day Tour

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.

Creating awareness on Migratory Birds

Educational activity and bird watching for students and adults in the Limbe Botanic Garden on this year's theme of the World Migratory BirdDay.

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

Sign-up at https://www.visitgalveston.com/world-migratory-bird-day-sign-up-form/
 

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. 

Dark Skies for the Birds - a virtual program

THURSDAY, MAY 5TH

Dark Skies for the Birds - a virtual program

When: Wednesday, May 5th at 7pm

Where: This program is presented on Zoom

What: This virtual presentation will help you explore the issue of light pollution as it affects wild bird populations. 

Contact [email protected] to register!

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.

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