bird-watching

5th Annual Hawaii Island Festival of Birds

The 5th Annual Hawaii Island Festival of Birds takes flight October 15-19, 2020. HIFB’s 2020 theme, “Wanderers and Migrants—Celebrating Hawaii's Avian Voyagers,” will focus on the remarkable number of migratory and accidental avian visitors that arrive in read more >>

5th Annual Hawaii Island Festival of Birds2020-02-20T18:24:22-05:00

Wings Over Willapa

Wings Over Willapa is a birding and nature festival held in the Long Beach, WA area the last weekend of every September. A celebration of the natural wonders at Willapa National Wildlife Refuge, it features read more >>

Wings Over Willapa2020-01-31T18:03:06-05:00

Pikes Peak Birding and Nature Festival

Sixth Annual Pikes Peak Birding and Nature Festival is an eco-tourism, birding and nature festival which promotes conservation and education that builds upon the area's natural and agricultural heritage resources of the Pikes Peak Region. read more >>

Pikes Peak Birding and Nature Festival2020-01-29T11:12:50-05:00

The Biggest Week In American Birding

The Biggest Week in American Birding is a 10-day festival in northwest Ohio, "The Warbler Capital of the World!" Immerse yourself in spring songbird migration and experience some of the best birding North America has read more >>

The Biggest Week In American Birding2020-02-20T18:21:28-05:00

Copper River Delta Shorebird Festival

Celebrating its 30th year in 2020 as Alaska's oldest and original birding festival! The Copper River Delta Shorebird Festival is a celebration of migration in and around the fishing (and birding) town of Cordova, Alaska. read more >>

Copper River Delta Shorebird Festival2020-01-24T16:31:27-05:00

Olympic Peninsula BirdFest

Olympic Birdfest, April 17-19, 2020. Enjoy guided birding trips, boat tours, live auction, raffle, gala banquet, and more. Our featured speaker: Scott Pearson, researcher in Ecology, Marine Biology and Zoology at the Washington Department of read more >>

Olympic Peninsula BirdFest2019-12-27T13:42:24-05:00

How to Know the Birds: No. 14, Q. T. with a Great Blue

Hoooooookay. Reminds me of a visit, not so long ago, to Philadelphia, when I saw this dude near the art museum selling fake Rolexes. I also recall the time some friends and I had a full-on encounter with a full-frontal flasher in the Boston suburbs.

How to Know the Birds: No. 14, Q. T. with a Great Blue2020-01-26T08:52:03-05:00