CELEBRATE WORLD MIGRATORY BIRD DAY
WITH SACAJAWEA AUDUBON SOCIETY
It’s Spring and the birds are back! Many of our birds migrate thousands of miles each year to winter in warmer climates and return here in the Spring to nest. Join us to celebrate their remarkable journeys and the places they now call home: our neighborhoods, parks, and our own backyards
World Migratory Bird Day is being celebrated throughout the world to boost recognition of and appreciation for migratory birds and to highlight the urgent need for their conservation. Celebrations of the “Year of the Bird” will be held in refuges, parks, museums, schools, zoos…and right here at the Bozeman Library! Please help us kick off the inaugural WMBD Festival sponsored by Sacajawea Audubon.
WHEN: May 12th, 2018
TIME: 10 AM - 2 PM
WHERE: Bozeman Public Library
ACTIVITES: Guided bird hikes to the East Main Wetlands every hour. Bird "Parade" with costumes every hour to Lindley Park; Migration Challenge Game; Interactive learning in the Bookmobile; Celebrate the 100th anniversary of the Migratory Bird Treaty Act; Learn how to promote bird conservation in your own backyard; Film screenings, Arts and Crafts and more.