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Birding Festivals - March

California
San Diego Bird Festival
Enjoy field trips, pelagic cruises, workshops, and special programs. We welcome all ages and abilities. Celebrate our birds, habitats, and the culture of birding in San Diego
San Diego Audubon Society
Phone Number: (801) 671-9505
Website: http://www.sandiegoaudubon.org

 

Florida
Big 'O' Birding Festival
LaBelle, Florida
Located on the Southwest Shores of Lake Okeechobee, and sites throughout Hendry and Glades Counties, Florida. Tours by boat, bus, swamp buggy, and more. Enjoy 4 days of tours, presentations, great food, passionate birders, and superb scenery, all in Florida's Freshwater Frontier.
Website

 

Indiana
Marsh Madness Festival
Linton, Indiana
The Marsh Madness Festival will be held at the Goose Pond Fish and Wildlife Area and various venues in Linton. The festival celebrates the county's natural beauty and is planned to coincide with the spring migration of waterfowl and Sandhill Cranes to Goose Pond.
Phone: 812-659-9901
Website

 

Kansas

Wings and Wetlands Birding Festival

Join the Kansas Wetlands Education Center for the 2021 Virtual Wings & Wetlands Festival.  Explore birds, wetlands, and conservation messages through presentations by renowned experts, interactive socials, and on-demand web resources. March 24-26, 2021.

The 2021 Wings and Wetlands Festival features renowned experts.  These experts will walk you through topics of bird watching, identification techniques, Kansas wetlands, and conservation.

Keynote Speakers Include: Kansas Wetlands: Crossroads of the Bird World with Kenn Kaufman, Today's Office with Sharon Stiteler AKA The Bird Chick, and a presentation by Alvaro Jaramillo.

Other Presentations Include: Be a Better Birder: Techniques and Tricks for the Beginning Birder with Chuck Otte, Shorebird ID with Gene Young, Kansas Raptor Program with Pat Silovsky, Cheyenne Bottoms Wildlife Area Manager Jason Wagner, Quivira National Wildlife Refuge overview with Mike Oldham, The Diversity of Birds on Kansas Wetlands with Bob Gress, and Smartphone Birding with Sharon Stiteler AKA The Bird Chick.

Festival participants will also have access to several on demand topics about wetlands and birds and participate in nightly Birds and Beverages Breakout rooms with past festival guides.

For more information and to register visit: https://www.wingsandwetlands.com

Proceeds from the $20 registration fee will benefit Cheyenne Bottoms and Quivira National Wildlife Refuge.