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Spring Fling

April 4 @ 9:00 am - May 10 @ 4:00 pm EDT

https://www.gcbo.org/spring-fling/

Twice each year millions of birds swarm across the Americas, traveling thousands of miles as they migrate between breeding and wintering grounds, stopping in route to refuel at coastal stopover sites. Spring Fling is an amazing opportunity to see migratory songbirds as they arrive at stopover habitat along the coast. This is great time to enjoy the wide variety of species that migrate through Texas such as orioles, grosbeaks, tanagers, and numerous warbler species, to name just a few. We will have knowledgeable volunteers and staff on hand at Quintana to answer your questions, keep a daily list, and sell water, snacks, and field guides. Even if you don’t know a cardinal from a blue jay, you will enjoy a trip to Quintana to witness the diversity and abundance of migrating species. Please come on by and enjoy the birds with us!

Contact: Celeste Silling, 979-480-0999, csilling@gcbo.org

Location

Quintana Neotropical Bird Sanctuary
814 Lamar St
Quintana, TX 77541 United States
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Contact

Gulf Coast Bird Observatory
979-480-0999
info@gcbo.org
https://www.gcbo.org/
Cornell Lab of Ornithology

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