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27 May 2016 — 05 Jun 2016
MacGregor Point Provincial Park is located at the base of Ontario's Bruce Peninsula, a natural migration corridor. The Bruce is known for diverse and unique botany, landforms and shoreline habitats and provides an ideal backdrop for our birding festival. Guided hikes, tours, workshops & evening presentations are designed for both novice and experienced birders. Local experts are your guides.
Port Elgin, ON, Canada
Organization Name: Friends of MacGregor Point
Contact Person: Matt Cunliffe
Phone Number: 519-3762918
02 Jun 2016 — 05 Jun 2016
Experience the birding wonders of Maine, from boreal to ocean – warblers, puffins, and more. We offer field trips, pelagic trips, paddling trips, talks, social events, and evening presentations. Join celebrity birders and experienced guides on these adventures around Acadia National Park and beyond. Don’t miss our PELAGIC SEABIRD TRIP, Sat June 4. Please pre-register online.
Bar Harbor, ME, US
Organization Name: Acadia Birding Festival
Contact Person: Becky Marvil
Phone Number: 207-233-3694
02 Jun 2016 — 05 Jun 2016
The Yakutat Tern Festival is a celebration of the natural and cultural resources of Yakutat, Alaska. The festival is family friendly and offers activities for birders as well as non-birders, including field trips, seminars, kid’s activities, evening banquets and other programs, bird banding demonstration, and cultural events.
Organization Name: U.S. Forest Service
Contact Person: Susan Oehlers
Phone Number: (907) 784-3359
02 Jun 2016 — 05 Jun 2016
This is a low-key, all volunteer activity featuring the area"s 11 species of woodpeckers. On-line registration will open on April 1st on the ecaudubon.org website. Several new trips have been added and the Saturday Social will feature local author and birder Steve Shunk whose long-awaited book, Peterson Reference Guide to the Woodpeckers of North America will be available.
Sisters, OR, US
Organization Name: East Cascades Audubon Society
Contact Person: Ken Hashagen
Phone Number: 541-548-4641
03 Jun 2016 — 05 Jun 2016
14th annual Great Adirondack Birding Celebration — the longest running boreal birding festival in the Northeast. You may sign up for one or more of the scheduled events, taking advantage of our a la carte pricing. The three-day event will offer a wide variety of activities designed to appeal to both experienced and beginning birders, including all-day birding field trips.
Paul Smiths, NY, US
Organization Name: PSC VIC
Contact Person: Karen Potts
Phone Number: 518-327-6278
10 Jun 2016 — 12 Jun 2016
Part birding conference, part festival, Taking Flight offers first-rate speakers and workshops along with opportunities for birding in the Catskills, including the chance to see Bicknell's Thrush with Chris Rimmer.
Organization Name: The Catskill Center
Contact Person: Michael Drillinger
Phone Number: 845-586-2611
06 Aug 2016 — 07 Aug 2016
See hundreds of hummingbirds! The festival will host booths on attracting more hummingbirds, as well as butterflies, honeybees, songbirds and other backyard wildlife to your home. Hummingbird banding all weekend. Local wildlife artist gallery, native plant sale, hummingbird programs, crafts, and children's activities. $7 for ages 13 & up; $5 for ages 5-12; free for ages 4 and under
Cadiz, KY, US
Organization Name: Friends of Land Between The Lakes and USDA Forest Service Land Between The Lakes
Contact Person: John Pollpeter
Phone Number: 270-924-2299
11 Aug 2016 — 14 Aug 2016
In 2016, expect more opportunities to have a premier birding experience. We are expanding the number and types of field trips we offer, and broadening the capacity of our workshops. You will hear from our keynote speaker, Jeff Gordon, President of the American Birding Association, and Sheri Williamson, hummingbird expert and founder of the Southern Arizona Bird Observatory.
Tucson, AZ, US
Organization Name: Tucson Audubon Society
Contact Person: Keith Ashley
Phone Number: 520-209-1809
26 Aug 2016 — 28 Aug 2016
Celebrate the fall migration of Sandhill Cranes through Interior Alaska. 2016 festival Key Note speaker is past director of Rowe Sanctuary, Paul Tebble. Other activities include birding tours, nature talks, guided walks, live birds of prey, kids' activities, and more.
Fairbanks, AK, US
Organization Name: Friends of Creamer's Field
Contact Person: Gail Mayo
Phone Number: (907)479-2954
08 Sep 2016 — 11 Sep 2016
Come see the Greater Sandhill Cranes gather in the Yampa Valley in NW Colorado before migrating. This 5th annual festival features morning and sunset guided crane viewings, speakers such as Ted Floyd and Nayambayar Batbayar, a crane expert from Mongolia, bird walks, BBQ dinner at Carpenter Ranch (Nature Conservancy), childrens's activities and much more. Check it out at www.coloradocranes.org
Steamboat Springs and Hayden, CO, US
Organization Name: Colorado Crane Conservation Coalition
Contact Person: Nancy Merrill
Phone Number: 970-276-1933
09 Sep 2016 — 11 Sep 2016
This acclaimed three-day event includes speakers, guided walks, land and water-based field trips, exhibits, and educational activities for children and adults. Plan to spend the weekend in Edmonds, birding and meeting other birders, naturalists, photographers, and people engaged in fascinating bird research projects.
Edmonds, WA, US
Organization Name: City of Edmonds
Contact Person: Jennifer Leach
Phone Number: (425)771-0227
24 Sep 2016 — 25 Sep 2016
The First Annual Hawaii Island Festival of Birds Sept. 24-25, 2016 launches the Hawaii Island Coast to Coast Birding Trail with expert speakers, a trade show featuring equipment to boost enjoyment of the outdoors, an art and craft fair, children's activities, photography and art workshops, and a silent auction. Field experiences with the best bird guides on the island.
Kailua-Kona, HI, US
Organization Name: Hawaii Island Festival of Birds
Contact Person: Lisa Brochu
Phone Number: 970-219-0029
13 Oct 2016 — 16 Oct 2016
Focusing on birds and nature conservation, FBNF will have 25+ birding field trips, trips for butterflies, herps, native plants, 40+ workshops, nature photography, Expo. David Johnson, Global Owl Project & Carlton Ward Jr, Florida Wildlife Corridor founder will keynote. Expected birds include roseate spoonbill, wood stork, limpkin, Am oystercatcher, blk skimmer, purple gallinule, Am bittern, more
Tampa (Ruskin), FL,
Organization Name: Quest Ecology
Contact Person: Melanie Higgins
Phone Number: 813-642-0799
14 Oct 2016 — 16 Oct 2016
Join us for unique birding and wildflower programs at the beautiful Venetian Gardens in Leesburg, Florida. The festival will feature acclaimed speakers, writers, birding and native plant experts and will have a host of eco-friendly opportunities for nature lovers and outdoor enthusiasts. From novice to expert the festival offers something for everyone.
Organization Name: Lake County Economic Dev. & Tourism Division
Contact Person: Yvonne Powers
Phone Number: 352-742-3918
02 Nov 2016 — 06 Nov 2016
The Rio Grande Valley Birding Festival has been a premier birding festival, now in its 23rd year. Field trips aboard charter buses or passenger vans with superior guides, to a variety of habitats. Seminars and social events, fantastic trade show, a big sit at the headquarters, and an Art & Writing Contest for Secondary Ed kids. We welcome all levels of birders!
Organization Name: Rio Grande Valley Birding Festival
Contact Person: Stephanie Mahathey
Phone Number: 956-423-5565
12 Jan 2017 — 16 Jan 2017
Find up to 165 species such as Snail Kite, Limpkin, Short-tailed Hawk, Painted Bunting, Burrowing Owl and exotics in South Florida hotspots: Everglades, Corkscrew, Keys, STA 5, Miami on full day field trips with Expert Guides. The focus is on YOU gaining advanced skills with workshops applied in the field in small groups. Evening talks, lunch, transportation, snacks & water included. Limited to 60
Ft. Lauderdale, FL, US
Organization Name: Everglades Birding Festival
Contact Person: Paddy Cunningham
Phone Number: 7542011141