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Owens Lake Bird Festival

April 23 - April 25


Details of the 2021 Owens Lake Bird Festival are still pending as organizers monitor the situation and follow guidelines set by local and state health officials to ensure the safety of our community. For more information, visit OLBF.org.

The Owens Lake Bird Festival showcases the migration of birds through the Mojave desert, along the historic Owens Lake. This festival merges magic of historic western movie scenes and ancient tribal histories at the Alabama Hills with the stark natural beauty of Death Valley’s doorstep. 30+ outings highlighting the birds, photography, botany, geology, and history of this important location. LADWP’s unique dust management engineering restored the lakes important bird habitats where saltwater and freshwater interact to host a huge number of traveling bird species. Learn more about the outings, schedule, and more at OLBF.org or email info@friendsoftheinyo.org.


Statham Hall
138 Jackson Street
Lone Pine, CA 93546 United States
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Friends of the Inyo
kyle@friendsoftheinyo.org (Kyle Hamada)
Cornell Lab of Ornithology

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