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Birds of a Feather Festival in Palm Coast, Florida

It's almost time for the 2018 Birds of a Feather Fest – Feb. 9-11 in beautiful Palm Coast, Florida! With more than 125 miles of hiking, biking and walking trails, miles of coastline, varied habitats and more than 200 identified species, Flagler County is a birder's paradise. Few places offer as many wonderful opportunities to enjoy nature while being so connected, accessible and clean. With a focus on families, beginners and experts alike, this festival offers something for everyone.

Friends of Second Marsh

5th Feathered Friends Festival - This event is a festival celebrating the return of migratory birds with a live bird show, hikes, crafts and activities. It also incorporates bees, bats and butterflies. There will be no cost to attend this event. Event will run rain or shine. Please leave your dogs at home for this event.
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Migratory Bird Day at the Wertheim National Wildlife Refuge

As in previous years, the Wertheim National Wildlife Refuge will be teaming up with the Tri Hamlet Community Day event to host this year's Migratory Bird Day event, scheduled for Saturday, June 2nd. The Community Day event showcases cultural and natural treasures in the Tri Hamlet area. 

Saturday, June 2, 2018 10:00am-4:00pm

Schedule of Events

10:00am-4:00pm (All Day)

Guided Nature Hikes
Youth Archery
Freshwater Fishing
Canoe Paddling
Children’s Games and Crafts
Food Concessions
Live Music

Migratory Bird Day Fest at Mitchell Lake Audubon Center

The Mitchell Lake Audubon Center will celebrate the Year of the Bird with the Migratory Bird Fest, one of SA 300’s partner events, on Saturday.

From 9 a.m. to 2 p.m., people who visit the center at 10750 Pleasanton Road will be able to participate in bird-themed games, nature walks and bird photo opportunities, and learn about birds from SeaWorld San Antonio experts. At 1 p.m., Last Chance Forever will have a bird of prey show.

There also will be food trucks and a sale of native bird-friendly plants and seeds.

Bird Bonanza by the Audubon Center of the North Woods

Spend the day birding in Minnesota’s largest state park. Visit between 8 and 11:30 a.m. to participate in an interactive bird banding session. Follow the signs along the road to the wildlife pond by the park office and park along the road. Bring binoculars to help spot birds along the trails in the afternoon. Then meet inside the St. Croix Lodge to see a live bird program by the Audubon Center of the North Woods from 5 to 6 p.m. (1-320-384-6591, mndnr.gov).​

Migratory Bird Day in Winter Harbor

On Saturday, May 19, families are invited to join park rangers to celebrate Junior Ranger and World Migratory Bird Day with a day full of free family activities and outdoor events.

Those interested are invited to meet at Eliot Hall on the Schoodic Point campus near the water tower, rain or shine. The event will run from 1 to 4 p.m. Activities are geared toward children ages 12 and under accompanied by an adult.

Migratory Bird Fest at the Highlands Center

Bring the whole family to celebrate World Migratory Day at the Highlands Center! Test your wits at Raven Games, learn about local birds as you complete your own Migration, and learn how to draw birds with local artist Diane Iverson. Special presentations from Prescott National Forest (8) and Audubon Arizona (10:30). $5 for adults; $2 for kids ages 5-12; free for members

Zoo Celebrates Bird Day at Idaho Falls Zoo

The Snake River Aubudon Society and the Zoo discuss why birds migrate and its importance. There are bird-related crafts and activities. Activities are free with paid zoo admission. Zoo admission is $7.50 for adults, $6 for seniors, $4.50 for children 4-12 and free for attendees under 3. Visit birdday.org or idahofallszoo.org; call 208-612-8552.

Homer Migration Festival

A conservation and education event at Homer Lake was for the birds.

The tenth annual Bird Migration festival celebrated the birds moving through Champaign County during this time of year, but it wasn't just for bird watchers.

Anyone who wanted to learn more about our feathered friends got to see demonstrations and join in activities.    

The event followed World Migratory Bird Day, which is always on May 12.

The importance of the migratory birds "Unifying our Voices for Bird Conservation"

Kuwait Lens Team sponserd by KFAS (Kuwait Foundation for the Advancement of Science) held an event In one of Al-Amiri Diwan's projects, The Habitat Museum, located in Al-Shaheed Park, Kuwait. The Team took a tour inside the Museum and saw all the 3D printed birds samples, then they showcased a short movie they made by them about migratory birds in Kuwait followed by a lecture from Eng. Ali Younis. The lecture was about the air photography by drones and how the use of it could help us study the birds more and in depth. Finally, Prof.


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