Morro Bay Winter Bird Festival
January 13, 2022 -
January 17, 2022
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM
Price: Register online
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Morro Bay Community Center
1001 Kennedy Way
Morro Bay, CA
Event ID: 195222
FESTIVAL SCHEDULE NOW AVAILABLE ONLINE
Join us at the 25th Morro Bay Winter Bird Festival, January 13 - 17, 2022
Check out our new 'Logo' created for this special anniversary by nonother than our 'Saturday Keynote' and 'Master Class' presenter John Muir Laws!! His beautiful artwork will be used to design this years t-shirt. We are in the process of setting up an online store and will let you know when it is up and running.
The 2022 Festival will have over 160 events including field trips, workshops, presentations, master classes and Special Events. All-day and half-day trips take participants to a wide variety of habitats, including deep water pelagic, oak woodland and riparian, wetland and estuary, and the unique grassland habitat of the Carrizo Plain. Workshops cover a vast array of topics ranging from beginner birding classes to gull identification and a new workshop on bats.
A number of the events are geared toward birders who are also photographers. Birders of all levels are welcome, and the schedule identifies programs especially appropriate for beginners or children, as well as programs that are wheelchair accessible.
The headquarters for the Festival is at the Morro Bay Community Center at 1001 Kennedy Way. Maps to venues and meeting places will be provided on our website.
Online Registration opens at 8 am PT Saturday, November 6, 2021
Some events fill quickly—you may want to have your list of preferred events ready for faster registration.
Practice Registration starts Saturday, October 30, 2021
For smoother registration, try out our practice registration website.
|This listing courtesy of
CA Watchable Wildlife
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