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Annual Migration Celebration

April 23 @ 10:00 am - April 24 @ 4:00 pm EDT


In 2022, the Annual Migration Celebration will take place in person again.

The celebration is a free, family-friendly event that invites participants to discover, enjoy, and learn about the San Bernard National Wildlife Refuge via tours, activities, and exhibits, including Keynote Presentations; Marsh Buggies; Kayaking; Tours: San Bernard Oak Trail, Moccasin Pond, Bobcat Woods, Cedar Lake Creek; Butterfly Encounter; Birds of Prey; Reptile Expo; Touch Tank; and much more.

The new, Cannan Bend Recreation Area, a unit of the Brazoria National Wildlife Refuge, is opening on October 16. Based on weekly bird surveys since last October, this will be a prime birding site for nearctic migrating birds. The unit boasts a 30-acre freshwater lake, a .5-mile trail in old growth, bottomland forest, and acres of prairie and grassland.

A Migration Celebration Kickoff Dinner Fundraiser will be held April 8.

Visit our website for more information.


San Bernard National Wildlife Refuge
6801 County Road 306
Brazoria, TX 77422 United States
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Friends of Brazoria Wildlife Refuges
lisamyers@refugefriends.org; lisalmyers@gmail.com (Lisa Myers)
Cornell Lab of Ornithology

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