Birds

Bird Festivals in Alaska

Celebrate birds across the state.

 

Tanana Valley Sandhill Crane Festival

When: August 24-26, 2018
Where: Fairbanks

Join the Friend of Creamer's Field for a celebration of the abundant fall migration. Events include Brunch with the Cranes, nature walks, a kids' crane walk, crafts, a crane calling contest, a drawing cranes workshop, a driving tour of Fairbanks birding hotspots, a live birds of prey program, bird research talks, and of course crane watching. The annual Tex-Mex feast will be Saturday night outside under the event tent. For more information call (907) 452-5162 or email Friends of Creamer's Field.

Alaska Bald Eagle Festival

When: November 5-10, 2018
Where: Haines

Come celebrate one of the largest gathering of Bald Eagles in the world! Daily busses and/or vans will carry you safely to the Alaska Bald Eagle Preserve to witness the annual ‘Gathering of the Eagles.’ At this time of year, over 3,000 eagles can be found in the Preserve feeding on a late run of salmon.

You can choose to attend photography workshops, wildlife presentations, tours, classes, and live raptor presentations. The Festival includes evening entertainment to round out your Festival experience.

For more information, call (907) 766-3094 or visit the website

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