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North Lakeland Discovery Center’s 16th Annual Birds & Wildlife Festival

Birders and wildlife lovers in the Northwoods and across the globe, join North Lakeland Discovery Center in celebrating International Migratory Bird Day and the amazing natural diversity of the Northwoods region at the 16th Annual Birds & Wildlife Festival on Friday, June 5, and Saturday, June 6!

Due to the public health and safety concerns, the Discovery Center has made a few changes to this fun and engaging event. The new festival will offer two keynote presentations (John Bates: The Wild Side of Wildlife Ecology, and Bill Volkert: The Migration of Birds). Participants will also have the opportunity to take part in bird banding demonstrations, a small mammal trapping survey, and concurrent sessions available as online videos!

Although this event is being held virtually, the Discovery Center still encourages everyone to celebrate birds and wildlife by birding and hiking or paddling at your favorite Northwoods location. The sightings of the weekend will be shared the sightings of the weekend with all participants. You will have the opportunity to learn from experts on a wide range of environmental topics and to contribute to the sense of community by participating in a day celebrating our valuable birds and wildlife.

To learn more about this special event, visit North Lakeland Discovery Center’s website. Or register today at right here.

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