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Great Backyard Bird Count
February 13, 2021 @ 8:00 am - 2:00 pm
Your Birmingham Zoo is hosting the annual Great Backyard Bird Count on Saturday, February 13 from 8:00am until 10:00am! We’re continuing our tradition that unites birdwatchers from across the area as they track bird species found in our own backyards, parks and local spaces. If you’re new to birding, returning after an absence, or just interested in checking out the wintering and resident birds – bird lovers of all ages are invited to bring their binoculars, bird field guides, and cameras for an experience like no other!
Hear bird watching tips from experts. This event hosts two hours of bird watching at the Birmingham Zoo with a walk around the Alabama Wilds Trail led by Gregory Harber.
**Post event activities will be accessible with paid admission to the Zoo (Birmingham Zoo Members receive free admission to the Zoo). Various bird related and socially distanced activities are scheduled from 10:15am to 2:00pm, including a sunflower butter bird feeder making station, Jeobirdy game, biofact stations. Guests will also learn how their “wingspans” measure up against other birds!
- Bird Walk 8:00am – 10:00am
- **Post Event Activities 10:15am – 2:00pm
- Registration Guests must pre-register for this event online. Registration tickets are required for this event.
- Entry When your registration tickets arrive via email, please print, or show on your phone for entry.
- Attendance Capacity The bird walk will be limited to 20 people.
- Face Coverings Visitors are required to wear face coverings inside the Zoo while attending the event and walking around.
- Where to Meet Join us at 8:00am at the Children’s Zoo’s front entrance.
- What to Bring If you have your own binoculars, you’ll definitely want to bring them along.
- Accessibility Parts of this walk are wheelchair accessible, while other parts are on a gravel path.
- The Birds We anticipate seeing many species of wintering and resident songbirds, woodpeckers, and sparrows. You’ll find the latest eBird records for the zoo at https://ebird.org/hotspot/L1012850
- Trip Leader Greg Harber will lead this trip.
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