#Blackbirdersweek

#BlackBirdersWeek Resources

Black Birders Week, May 31, 2020 – June 5, 2020, was a monumental series of virtual events to celebrate Black birders and nature enthusiasts while highlighting the unique challenges that the Black community faces in outdoor activities. This page is a database of videos, articles, podcasts, and speakers from #Blackbirdersweek.

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Instagram Links

Create an Instagram Links PageInstagram only gives you one place to link to a URL—in your bio. If you want to have multiple Instagram links, they need to be organized within your bio URL. There are many link service tools that you can use to create a “link in bio” page, such as Linktree. However,…

Birding Central Thailand

Birding Central Thailandscroll to beginIn January 2020, I joined Birding Ecotours on a ten-day tour of Central Thailand.It was my first trip to Asia, and my time there was filled with new sights, great food, and fantastic birding.I arrived a few days before the tour started to explore Bangkok a bit on my own.My first…

Space Coast Birding and Wildlife Festival

At a glance Date: Late January each year. 2020 dates are January 22-27. Location: Titusville, Florida, USA Summary: The Space Coast Birding and Wildlife Festival, hosted by Brevard Nature Alliance, is one of the largest birding festivals in the United States. It brings together nearly two thousand individuals to enjoy sunny Florida’s birds and nature-viewing…

Southeast Arizona Birding Festival

Date: Early August annually; August 5-9, 2020 Location: The beautiful desert town of Tucson, Arizona Summary: Southeast Arizona birding is US birding unlike anywhere else! One trip to the area is not enough, so plan on making a long-term commitment to this birding destination. More information on the festival coming soon, but for now, check out these speciality…

Acadia Birding Festival

Date: Late May annually; May 28-31, 2020 Location: Mount Desert Island, Bar Harbor, ME (Acadia National Park) Summary: The Acadia Birding Festival offers exciting northeastern US birding around the Gulf of Maine. It’s a fantastic location to see a variety of warbler species—some migrating, and some breeding in the vast forests of the area. But the most…

Rio Grande Valley Birding Festival

Date: Second weekend in November annually; November 11-15, 2020 Location: The heart of the Rio Grande Valley: Harlingen, TX Summary: This festival has it all. First and foremost, the birding is phenomenal. Not only are there exciting speciality species (think Green Jay, Altamira Oriole, Common Paruaque, Least Grebe, Aplomado Falcon, and so many more), but this is also…