Tag: migration

  • 27th John Scharff Migratory Bird Festival

    Bird-lovers are invited to spend a weekend witnessing the magnificent spring migration at the 27th annual John Scharff Migratory Bird Festival in the Harney Basin of Oregon. The festival is set ...

  • El Dorado Bird Reserve, Colombia

    The American Bird Conservancy, Conservation International and Fundación ProAves serve as joint custodians of the El Dorado Bird Reserve situated in the Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta mountain ...

  • Eilat Spring Migration Festival, Israel

    Southern Israel is widely considered to be a bird watcher’s paradise, with the city of Eilat and the surrounding areas being among the best birding destinations in the Western Palearctic. The ...

  • Fun at the Orlando Wetlands Park Festival

    The 8th annual Orlando Wetlands Festival, which is scheduled to take place on 23 February 2008 at the Orlando Wetlands Park, is organized by the City of Orlando and the Orange Audubon Society ...

  • Migrating Birds May See Earth’s Magnetic Field

    The accuracy with which migrating birds head for, and find, their chosen destination has been a source of wonder for many. Research has revealed many interesting facts over the years and many ...

  • Eurobirdwatch 2007 across Twenty-Eight Countries

    Millions of birds leave Europe during the month of October as they undertake their migratory journey southwards to warmer regions. On the 6th and 7th of October 2007, national organizations ...

  • The Amazing Migration of the Arctic Tern

    The Arctic Tern (Sterna paradisaea) is a relatively small bird that is able to achieve staggering feats of flight. They are easily recognizable by their rounded heads that are covered in smooth ...

  • Arizona Snowbirds

    Winter weather’s closing in on many North American towns. Most migrant birds have finished their move south, escaping the cold. Why not follow them? A winter trip to SE Arizona is a great cure ...

  • The Wonders of Migration

    Each autumn, many wild birds make an incredible journey. As the days get colder, and foods like fruit and insects get scarce, they move south to warmer lands (or north if they live in the ...