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Birds of a Feather Fest

Generally occurs: Early February
Location: Palm Coast Community Center
Address:
160 Lake Ave
Palm Coast, Florida 32164
USA

Description:
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. Our fun 3-day birding and nature festival invites everyone to enjoy a weekend of birding, photography, workshops, social events, and family activities.

Birds to See:
Snowy Egret, Great Blue Heron, Green Heron, White Egret, White Ibis, Glossy Ibis, Purple Gallinule, Common Gallinule, Limpkin, Least Bittern, American Bittern, Red-shouldered Hawk, Osprey, Barred Owl, Eastern Screech Owl, Clapper Rail, Crested Caracara, Black Skimmers, Royal Terns, Bonaparte's Gull, Laughing Gull, Ring-billed Gull, Great Black-backed gull, Grasshopper Sparrow, Bachman's Sparrow, Chipping Sparrow, Eastern Phoebe, Eastern Towhee, Bald Eagle, Black Vulture, Turkey Vulture, Savannah Sparrow, American Avocet, Dunlin, Red Knots, Ruddy Turnstones, Willit, Sanderlings, Red Headed Woodpecker, Red Bellied Woodpecker, Yellow Bellied Sapsucker, Downy Woodpecker, Hairy Woodpecker, Sandhill Cranes, Whooping Cranes, Wild Turkey, Pintail Ducks, Gadwall, Canvasback, American Widgeon, Blue Winged Teal, Green Wing Teal, Pie-billed Grebes, Northern Shoveler, Ring-necked Duck, Norther Cardinal, Whipoorwill, Golden Winged Warbler, Yellow Rumped Warbler, Pine Warbler, Palm Warbler, Eastern Blue Jay, American Robin, Eastern Bluebird

Annual Reelfoot Lake Eagle Festival

Generally occurs: Early February
Location: Reelfoot Lake State Park Visitors Center
Address:
1605 St. Rt.21E
Tiptonville, Tennessee 38079
USA

Description:
Join us for a fun family weekend at Historic Reelfoot Lake, TN. to explore & look for Eagles! Generally you can see up to 70 Eagle spotting on each tour. Eagle tours, photo & art contests (we love to have the kids submit their work), photography tours, slide show about the history of Reelfoot Lake & so much more.There will be activities for the children & adults. Everyone will enjoy the live birds of prey programs brought to us by the Stokes' with Save our American raptors/Wings to Soar program, Bob Tarter with NHECM & his amazing & educational animal program, painting a ceramic eagle to take home. Visit our website for a Schedule of Events & Lodging options.

Birds to See:
American Bald Eagles, Variety of Hawks, Owls, Ducks, Geese, Nuthatch, Woodpeckers, Green & Blue Winged Teal and so many more!

Winter Wings Festival

Generally occurs: Mid-February
Location: Oregon Institute of Technology
Address:
PO Box 354
Klamath Falls, Oregon 97601
USA

Description:
Winter birds at their finest! Winter Wings brings together birders and photographers of all stripes to learn and explore with top notch professionals and enthusiastic local guides. The Klamath Basin is renowned for its massive wintering population of Bald Eagles, but is prime habitat for many other raptors including owls, as well as a stunning abundance and diversity of waterfowl. Join us for an array of field trips, workshops, presentations, and receptions that highlight the wonders of the Klamath Basin in winter.

Birds to See:
Bald Eagle, Golden Eagle, Ferruginous Hawk, Rough-legged Hawk, Peregrine Falcon, Prairie Falcon, White-headed Woodpecker, Greater White-fronted Goose, Snow Goose, Ross's Goose, Tundra Swan, Barrow's Goldeneye, Eurasian Wigeon, Loggerhead Shrike, Northern Shrike, Northern Pygmy-Owl, Great Gray Owl, Sandhill Crane, Black-crowned Night-Heron

Whooping Crane Festival

Generally occurs: Late February
Location: Port Aransas
Address:
Port Aransas Civic Center, 710 West Avenue
Port Aransas, Texas 78373
USA

Description:
Get your binoculars and checklists ready! The Coastal Bend is the only spot in the United States where the endangered whooping crane can be viewed at close range, and the Port Aransas Chamber of Commerce celebrates this astonishing natural wonder with an annual festival honoring these grand birds. In addition, an awesome array of wintering migratory birds flock into the wetlands and onto the Texas shorelines of Mustang Island in Port Aransas and birding tours by land and sea are highlights during the festival.

Eagle Watch

Generally occurs: Late February
Location: Round Butte Overlook Park
Address:
7300 SW Jordan Road
Culver, Oregon 97734
USA

Description:
Eagle Watch has been a "Culver Tradition" since 1994 - All day fun for the whole family, professional birders will point out bald and golden eagles soaring over Lake Billy Chinook. Visitors can see a live, captive golden eagle and a great horned owl. Raptor education by The Confederated Tribes of Warm Springs, Portland General Electric, Crooked River Grassland, Oregon State Parks, East Cascade Audubon and more. Lots of activities for children.

Birds to See:
Bald Eagle, Golden Eagle, Peregrine Falcone, Red Tailed Hawk, Crow, Variety of smaller song birds

Orlando Wetlands Park Festival

Generally occurs: Late February
Location: 1300 North Fort Christmas Road, Christmas, FL 32709
Address:
25155 Wheeler Road
Christmas, Florida 32709
USA

Description:
The Orlando Wetlands Festival is an opportunity to celebrate the Orlando Wetlands Park, the City’s 1,650 acre wetland oasis. The event is sponsored by: City of Orlando, Orange Audubon Society, and Orange County Parks and Recreation. There will be many interactive children’s activities (like Out-On-A-Limb kids tree climbing), bounce houses and much more! So bring the whole family and invite your friends and neighbors to this fun, free educational festival. Please leave your pets at home; there are wild animals. Food will be available for purchase. Free admission and free door prizes! For more information: call Orlando Wetlands Park 407-568-1706. For those who like to sit and ride, guided bus tours will travel along the wetland berms, giving riders a chance to experience firsthand, Florida’s wild wetlands. Hay rides will also give riders a chance to relax and take in the scenery. In addition to the numerous guided tours, there will be bird-banding and mist-netting demonstrations, as well as, live music by Homer Stiles. Featured in the various wildlife shows, many different live animals will be present such as alligators, snakes, birds and many others. Also, the City’s Families, Parks and Recreation Department will be giving away free backyard trees in celebration of Arbor Day.

Directions: To get to the Park, take S.R. 50 to Christmas, Florida. Turn north onto 420, Ft. Christmas Rd. Continue north 1.8 miles. Fort Christmas Park will be on your left. Free parking will be located on your right across from Fort Christmas Park. The address is 1300 North Fort Christmas Road, Christmas, FL 32709.

Birds to See:
waterfowl, shore birds, wading birds, bald eagles, hawks, osprey, kingfisher, vermillion flycatcher, wood storks, ibis, limpkin, purple gallinule, black vultures, turkey vultures

San Diego Bird Festival

Generally occurs: Late February
Location: Marina Village Conference Center
Address:
4010 Morena Blvd Suite #100
San Diego, CA 92117
USA

Sax-Zim Bog Winter Birding Festival

Generally occurs: Late February
Location: Meadowlands, MN
Address:
8793 Owl Avenue
Toivola, Minnesota 55765
USA

Description:
A warm welcome to all of our birding friends from the members of the Toivola-Meadowlands Development Board, Friends of the Sax-Zim Bog, the residents of Meadowlands and neighboring communities. The festival is sponsored by the Toivola-Meadowlands Development Board in cooperation with the Friends of the Sax-Zim Bog.
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