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  • ABA Young Birder Camp 2012

    Exploring Colorado from grasslands to glaciers, the ABA Young Birder Camp offers birding adventures in the diverse terrain of the Rocky Mountain National Park...

  • Wings ‘n Water Festival 2012

    The new and improved Wings 'n Water Festival offers a family-fun, weekend of birding activities for all ages...

  • Enjoy a Day at Birdworld in Surrey

    Enjoy a Day at Birdworld in Surrey

    Located on 26 acres in Surrey's Alice Holt Forest, Birdworld offers the perfect setting for a family outing. As one of the largest bird parks in England, Birdworld is home to an extensive ...

  • Guided Beginner Bird Walks in Sapsucker Woods

    Starting at 7:30 AM and lasting around 1-1.5 hours, Guided Beginner Bird Walks In Sapsucker Woods take place each Saturday from April through to September ...

  • Mynahs as Pet Birds

    Mynahs as Pet Birds

    Mynah's make fascinating pets and are the best mimics in the world of birds. Categorized amonst the softbills, these playful birds require special care, especially when it comes to diet.

  • Golden-wings of Sterling Forest

    Join the Connecticut Ornithological Association to explore Sterling Forest - home to substantial numbers of Hooded, Cerulean and Golden-winged Warblers...

  • Marin Audubon Society: Birds of Alcatraz

    Join the Marin Audubon Society for a tour of Alcatraz - "The Rock" - an important breeding area for Cormorants, Western Gull, Black-crowned Night Heron...

  • Kern River Valley Hummingbird Celebration

    This free unhosted event is held at the Kern River Preserve. Features of the event include bird walks, bird feeding workshops, t-shirt sales and an information booth...

  • Feathers, Fashion and Conservation

    Feathers, Fashion and Conservation

    Chosen in 1953 as the symbol of the National Audubon Society in the United States, the Great Egret (Ardea Alba) represents an inspiring conservation success story. Had it not been for the ...

  • Searching for Magnetoreceptors in Birds

    Searching for Magnetoreceptors in Birds

    The theory that navigational skills in some birds may be influenced by iron particles in their beaks reacting to the magnetic field of the earth, has recently been refuted by scientists at ...