International Migratory Bird Day 

May 13-14, 2017


Started in 1993, International Migratory Bird Day (IMBD) is now hosted at over 500 sites throughout the Western Hemisphere, reaching literally hundreds of thousands of young people and adults.  Potomac Valley Audubon Society celebrates IMBD as part of the Ruth Ann Dean Memorial Birdathon, which takes place during the month of May.


In past years IMBD support has help to fund a variety of PVAS bird conservation efforts. Projects have included grassland bird habitat restoration, educational birding programing, and urban bird conservation initiatives. Your participation and donations towards IMBD and Birdathon events help PVAS continue  to conserve and enhance bird habitat in our region. 

You can register your Birdathon Team or donate to the Birdathon using these buttons.

            

Check the PVAS Events Calendar for this year's local IMBD activities
listed by date.


For more information about the Ruth Ann Dean Memorial Birdathon

please click here



This event is held annually across the Americas the second Saturday in May. It’s a wonderful way to celebrate the amazing feat of migratory birds’ long-distance travels. Help count the successful migrants at a local bird walk or event. Learn more at www.birdday.org/birdday.




  
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              P.O. Box 578 • Shepherdstown, West Virginia 25443
              phone // 304-676-3397

Yankauer Nature Preserve (Berkeley County)
Eidolon Nature Preserve (Morgan County)
Stauffer's Marsh (Berkeley County)
Cool Spring Nature Preserve (Jefferson County)

Kristin Alexander, Executive Director //   304-676-3397 
Kristin@potomacaudubon.org

Ellen Murphy, Program Specialist //    
304-676-8739 
Ellen@potomacaudubon.org

Krista Hawley, Adult Program Coordinator
// 703-303-1026
AdultPrograms@PotomacAudubon.org

Bridget Tinsley, Land and Watershed Program Manager // 304-261-6016
Bridget@PotomacAudubon.org

Amy Moore, Cool Spring Preserve Manager and Naturalist // 240-818-4714
Amy@PotomacAudubon.org
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