Educational Activity

World Migratory Bird Day at Gantry Plaza State Park

Hundreds of birds make NYC their home throughout the year. Come celebrate how amazing migratory birds are, and learn about what you can do to help them thrive!

World Migratory Bird Day at Yaquina Head Outstanding Natural Area

Newport, Ore. – On Saturday, May 11, the BLM’s Yaquina Head Outstanding Natural Area will celebrate World Migratory Bird Day by offering free entry and educational activities including guided nature hikes, available in both Spanish and English. These events demonstrate BLM’s commitment to serving the American family by being good neighbors and providing recreational opportunities.  

 

Guided Walks

• Birding Basics presentation - 12:30 p.m. and 3:00 p.m., meet at Yaquina Head Interpretive Center.

Migratory Bird Day Celebration at Lewis and Clark State Recreation Area

In observance of World Migratory Bird Month and Memorial weekend, come join us for activities such as: Migratory Bird Egg Hunt (Glow in the Dark), guided bird walks, and much more!

World Migratory Bird Day by Lake Conestee Nature Park

 

It happens every year; and this time we’re having a celebration! Join Lake Conestee Nature Park for an International Migratory Bird Day on May 11th at 601 Fork Shoals Rd. We’ll have a fun series of activity stations for kids, Moms, Dads, and other adults that will teach you the basics of birding and lots of other “birdy” facts.  

Stations will include basic birding skills, how to use binoculars, a migration activity, and stations on how plastic pollution affects birds at LCNP.

Yala wetland conservation project

The event to bring communities living a long Yala wetland on conservation platform.the program will unite 12 schools around in conservation platform.

Spring Warbler Workshop

This two-part class combines a warbler identification workshop at Fisherville Brook with a field visit to Rome Point. Join Audubon Society of Rhode Island birding expert Laura Carberry for a presentation on how to identify spring warblers that visit Rhode Island then take those skills out into the field and view the birds wintering in our area. Please bring binoculars and dress for the weather.

Guadalupe Mountains World Migratory Bird Day

Celebrate World Migratory Bird Day at Guadal;upe Mountains National Park!

Scheduled programs include:

· Morning Bird Hike: 8 —10am -Meet at Smith Springs Trailhead

· Build a Bird craft: 11 –11:30 am -Pine Springs patio

· How BIG a bird are you? (activity): -12:30 –12:45 pm -Pine Springs

· Raptor Demonstrations: 1 —2 pm -Pine Springs Patio

 

 

Bird Walk @ Warriors Path State Park Spring Festival

Lots going on this weekend. We will be doing a bird walk on Duck Island at Warriors' Path State Park, Saturday, April 13th at 8:00 AM. There will be a short presentation at 7:30 in the rec building. Followed by the bird walk at 8 AM. We expect to see lots of species highlighted by a soaring Osprey, Yellow-throated Warbler, and a Yellow-throated Vireo. Come on out.

Not On My Beach

Visit a beach in the Midwest and you will see shorebirds. Did you know that many of the birds at the beach are leaving to fly 12500 km to the northern Arctic? Learn about migratory shorebirds; why they come and why they go.  Help create a picture board about looking after these amazing birds at the beach. Bring in snaps of litter collected at the beach to add to the board. Choose and colour your favourite shorebird to take home. This is a free event by Birdlife Midwest-Geraldton at the Geraldton Library. All ages. Children under 8 must be accompanied by a parent or guardian. 

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