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Celebrating World Migratory Bird Day
The second Saturday of May is World Migratory Bird Day in Canada and the US. The day is marked on October 14, the second Saturday of October, in Mexico, Central and South America, and the Caribbean. The two days reflect the cyclical nature of bird migration. The theme in 2023 is “Water: Sustaining Bird Life” and focuses attention on how the increasing human demand for water, pollution and climate change, are impacting the availability of clean water and the conservation status of many migratory birds. Learn more at World Migratory Bird Day in the Americas
In Fond du Lac, we'll be celebrating on May 6. Visitors are welcome to join a bird walk in CSA's oak savannah at 10 a.m. Details and additional events can be found on the Fond du Lac Bird City Facebook page.