Ohio Valley Birding Festival | Friday, April 22-Sunday, April 24, 2022
Don’t miss the annual Ohio Valley Birding Festival! Whether you’re a novice at bird identification, an avid birder with years of experience, or just want to know more about our feathered friends, you’ll find something of interest during this weekend Festival. Hosted by John James Audubon State Park (known for being a birding hotspot) and organized in collaboration with the Evansville Audubon Society, this event brings the importance and fascination of birdwatching to the forefront. Enjoy guided birding hikes, a presentation by notable bird expert and author Sharon Sorenson, attend a live raptor program by rescue/rehabbers Talon Trust, Inc., participate in citizen science with Master Bird Bander Scott Kramer, try your skills in the owl pellet dissection lab, and more! Fun and informative for the whole family, and all activities are FREE!
April 22–7 A.M. Patoka River NWR Birding Hike, Oakland City, IN
April 22–5 P.M. Howell Wetlands Birding Hike, Evansville, IN
April 23–MAIN EVENT, see schedule, Henderson, KY
April 24–7 A.M. Eagle Slough Natural Area Birding Hike, Henderson, KY
For a complete schedule, please download the event pdf from the “Maps, Menus, and More” tab under the event photo at: https://parks.ky.gov/henderson/events/events/ohio-valley-birding-festival or visit ohiovalleybirdingfestival.org.
Questions? Please contact Lisa Hoffman at (502) 782-9727 or email to firstname.lastname@example.org.