North Shore Birding Festival December 1 - December 5, 2022 Sign up for updates at this link: https://orangeaudubonfl.us19.list-manage.com/subscribe?u=3683cf6f5d46d6747b4fd58cc&id=6d755d949d The North Shore Birding Festival highlights the St. Johns River Water Management District’s 20,000-acre Lake Apopka North read more >>
South Florida is one of the top 10 birding destinations in the U.S. Small groups and expert Florida guides will greatly increase your chance of finding target birds-Snail Kite, Limpkin, Red-whiskered Bulbul, Painted Bunting, Gray read more >>
We’re back with a four-day Festival again! We invite birders and photographers of all levels and other nature enthusiasts to join us. This will be our 43rd annual Festival and we hope to have 500 read more >>
At the Monte Vista Crane Festival you can enjoy thousands of Sandhill Cranes, ducks, and geese flying against a backdrop of mountain scenery. Raptors will adorn the power poles and owls will be sitting with read more >>
Join us for the birding safari of a lifetime!
CORPUS CHRISTI--Experience amazing spring migration along the Texas Gulf Coast in the busiest of U.S. flyways, with four-day pre- and post-trips; field trips to famous South Texas ranch and coastal hot spots; presentations and workshops; read more >>
The Great Salt Lake Bird Festival is excited to announce its 25th year. We hope you are ready for our biggest festival yet. Birders will have the opportunity to encounter different species by the shores read more >>
The Maryland Ornithological Society (MOS) is a nonprofit, statewide organization of people who are interested in birds and nature. It promotes the study and enjoyment of birds, knowledge about the natural world around us, and read more >>
Colorado Field Ornithologists and Western Field Ornithologists are hosting a joint convention in July 2023. Located in picturesque Summit County, you will explore the high country of Colorado on full or half-day field trips while read more >>
We'll be doing a quick visit to some of the best birding spots in southeast Arizona. Hummingbirds, anyone?