Events

Migratory Bird Fest

A family-friendly day for celebrating all things birds across the world!
Events

Migratory Bird Fest

A family-friendly day for celebrating all things birds across the world!

Saturday, May 11, 2019 / 9am–2pm

Celebrate World Migratory Bird Day with a festival filled with bird-themed games, crafts, nature-based vendors, native plant sale, food trucks, live bird of prey show, and presentations about our feathered friends.

Vendors and Partners

Festival Partners and Vendors help create the Migratory Bird Fest atmosphere with information, activity, and retail booths that align with our mission of connecting people to nature, offer natural or eco-friendly products, or let people know about community organizations and/or local businesses with similar missions or values.

Please CLICK HERE for our Information and Retail booth application form.  

VIP Feathered Friends

Promote your business/organization to hundreds of like-minded festival-goers. Feathered Friends receive a booth, with a six-foot table and two chairs provided at the festival, and other exclusive benefits. Three levels of friendship help create a festive atmosphere with information and activities that align with our mission of connecting people with nature.

Download more information about our Feathered Friend VIP Booths below the slideshow.

Partners and Vendors at our 2018 Festival:

Airborne Aerial Photography, Cindy Morawski, San Antonio Audubon Society, Whole Earth Provisions, Green Spaces Alliance of South Texas, Bat Conservation International, Bustro Bistro, Hooga, San Antonio Botanical Garden, Southern Wildlife Rehab, Inc., Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service, Southwest School of Art, Girls Inc. San Antonio, Texas A&M San Antonio - College of Arts and Sciences, Christiana Davis Birdhouses, San Antonio Zoo, Sticks and Stones Rescue, Texas Bluebird Society, San Antonio Water System Conservation Dept., Sea World San Antonio, Bexar Audubon Society

Thank You 2018 Sponsors!

 Presenting Sponsor

Painted Bunting Level Support

 Black-chinned Hummingbird Level Support

 
Photo: Laurel Smyth
Photo: Laurel Smyth
Photo: Laurel Smyth
Photo: Laurel Smyth
Photo: Laurel Smyth
Photo: Laurel Smyth
Photo: Laurel Smyth

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