World Migratory Bird Day
Dim the Lights for Birds at Night
May 14 from 10 am-1 pm at Mutt Run Off-Leash Dog Park
Jayhawk Audubon Society is hosting a celebration in honor of World Migratory Bird Day. This event is for all ages, with special event for kids.
Here are some activities that visitors will find at our WMBD event at Mutt Run Off-Leash Dog Park:
Play the Migration Game to explore the hazards and helpers migratory birds encounter on their long-distance journeys.
Learn how to create a bird-friendly yard that helps birds survive and thrive!
Examine different migratory shorebird beaks and diets, and play the 'guess the bird skull' game.
Spread the message of this year’s theme “Dim the Lights for Birds at Night” with posters, stickers and other take-aways.
Enter our raffle to win a bag of bird-friendly coffee.
Explore the relationship between the birds and the bees and native plants.
Hone your bird identification skills with wildlife biologists and expert birders.
Enjoy reading about birds? Lawrence Public Library staff will be on hand to recommend the best in both fiction and non-fiction books
1330 East 902 Road, Lawrence, KS
Directions from Lawrence: Clinton Parkway Dam road, south on dam road, first left onto 902 Road then first left into parking lot for Dog Park
World Migratory Bird Day in the Americas is coordinated by Environment for the Americas
Prairie Park Nature Center
Native Lands, LLC
Kansas Biological Survey
Kansas Ornithological Society
Baker Wetlands Discovery Center
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
Kaw Valley Bluebird Society
Douglas County Master Gardeners
Douglas County Heritage Conservation Council
Audubon of Kansas
KU Museum of Natural History
Lawrence Public Library
Douglas County Conservation District