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10th Annual Delmarva Birding Weekend
Snow Hill, MD
April 22-23-24, 2005

Phone: 800-521-9189 - E-mail: outreach@mdcoastalbays.org

Come celebrate the migration of hundreds of warblers, shorebirds and waterfowl as well as many nesting birds and raptors. Chose from 26 trips at 17 locations. This region possesses an extensive variety of environments including barrier islands, coastal bays, tidal wetlands, cypress swamps, upland fields and primeval forests. More bird sightings have been recorded here than in any other region of the state. The weekend combines boat trips, canoe treks and expeditions by foot.

 

Waterfowl Festival
Easton, MD
Nov. 11-12-13, 2005

Phone: 410-822-4567 - E-mail: facts@waterfowlfestival.org

Celebrate the 35th Year of the premier wildlife art event in the country, attracting 19,000 visitors and 400 of the nation's finest wildlife artists and craftsmen. During the Festival, historic and contemporary buildings serve as venues for exhibits. Food, music, demonstrations and kids activities are found on the colonial streets and around the beautiful gardens and ponds of Easton.

 

6th Annual Eagle Festival
Blackwater National Wildlife Refuge
Cambridge, MD
Saturday, March 11, 2006

Phone: 410-228-2677 - E-mail: maggie_briggs@fws.gov

The varied habitats of Blackwater, from open water to dense woodlands, produce a diversity of wildlife that change in numbers and species with the seasons. The Refuge woodlands provide year-round homes for owls, towhees, woodpeckers, nuthatches, bobwhite and woodcock. Also a fast growing population of wild turkeys can be seen. Numerous marsh and shore birds arrive in the spring and fall, searching for food in the vast mud flats and shallow waters of the Blackwater River. The warmer months invite warblers, vireos, orioles, flycatchers, and many others to this same habitat. Except for the bird walk, programs will run approximately 30 - 45 minutes. Entrance Fee Waived.

 

 

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