Leavenworth Spring Bird Fest is beyond excited to welcome the one and only... David Allen Sibley as this year's Keynote Speaker!
Information for 2019 is coming in January! Stay tuned! The 2018 Leavenworth Spring Bird Festival Program can be found here for reference.
... and Sponsors make Leavenworth Spring Bird Fest happen!
This year’s festival promises a record number of out of town visitors who will join us to enjoy our world famous keynote speaker, artist, birder, and author of Sibley’s Bird Guide- David Sibley! Festival sponsorship is a valuable way to help us take Bird Fest to new heights by enabling us to offer the highest quality field trips, art classes, family activities, and more!
Our goal this year is to open registration at the earliest date ever and to offer even more for ways for folks to participate, try something new, discover the beauty and importance of the spring migration and enjoy our area. Let's really put the Leavenworth Spring Bird Fest on the map!
We need YOU to help make Bird Fest fly! Sponsor packages are available at levels to fit every budget- and let us know if you have any questions. Sponsorships must be submitted by January 1st to be included in this year's program.
Pateros, WA (City Park), Saturday, September 16, 2016; 8:00 am – 3:00 p.m.
Join the Chelan and Entiat Ranger Districts, North Central Washington Audubon Society, and Hawk Watch International this fall for the eighth annual Chelan Ridge Hawk Migration Festival! This family event combines free activities in Pateros Memorial Park with trips to Chelan Ridge to learn about and celebrate raptors as they journey to winter territories. At the park participants will find vendors, live raptors, interpretive booths, and projects for kids.
Friday night, September 15th, there will be a workshop with an expert from Hawk Watch International on raptor migration and field identification to prepare you for your trip up to the ridge.
For more information about the festival and to sign-up for activities please visit the North Central Washington Audubon Website: ncwaudubon.org.
What an incredible 4 days of birding!!
Thank you to Marilyn for compiling the list!