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Connecting People to Bird Conservation

Celebrating 20 Years of IMBD

As part of the 20th anniversary celebrations, the annual bird conservation theme
will focus on 20 ways people may help preserve birds every day. 

 

IMBD Migratory Birds

 

 

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Look for a National Wildlife Refuge IMBD event near you!

Find an International Migratory Bird Day Festival! Use the interactive maps to find festivals, bird observatories, raptor centers,  birding trails or bird camps. IMBD events map


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Revised February 24, 2012

 

While International Migratory Bird day is typically held on the second Saturday in May (May 12 in 2012), any day can be a day of celebration.  Celebrate  whenever migratory bird arrival happens in your own community or whenever you feel like celebrating birds!


IMBD is an invitation to celebrate and support migratory bird conservation!

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