Hummingbird Festivals 2017
Hummingbird Banding Events 2017
We will be updating the dates as they are posted by the festival committees.
Please contact us for any corrections or to submit a festival for listing.
Hummingbird Festivals are held to celebrate the hummingbird. These events are family friendly. Many host speakers and guided tours of gardens or parks.
Hummingbird banding is a captivating event where you can watch science in action. You might even be able to "Adopt-a-Hummingbird" and partake in conservation efforts aimed at preserving these wonderful birds.
All festivals are child friendly. Some are free, while others require a donation.
We work hard to keep these listings up to date from year to year and insert any new festivals that we discover.
If you are in charge or on a committee of any of these festivals we would appreciate any updates that you may have.
If anyone else is aware of a festival that is not listed here please let us know and we will be happy to insert it into the listings.
None in 2014
Woodford, South Carolina
Woodford Hummingbird Festival
Unfortunately, this festival is not being sponsored this year due to the economy. Let's keep our fingers crossed for next year!Website Contact:803-568-3550.
March 4th, 2017
Santa Cruz, California
Hummingbird Days – March 4th, 2017
Admission: $10 Public, $5 Members, Free: UCSC students & children under 12.
NOTE: Hummingbird Days is a "rain or shine" event. So, if needed, bring your umbrellas to enjoy the outdoor events.
LOCATION: Located at Arboretum Road, West of Western Drive, Free Parking. Get Directions to the Arboretum
Hummingbird Day is the central coast’s premier family-oriented
educational event celebrating one of nature’s vibrant aerial acrobats,
Hummingbirds just can’t resist the temptation of such a plentiful supply of nectar at the Arboretum. During the event, nature lovers of all ages will see and learn about these amazing birds and the gardens that host and support them. Guests will have plenty of opportunities to watch and hear hummingbird courtship shenanigans as well as participate in a variety of activities focused on these amazing creatures.
Morning Bird Walk and Talk with Todd Newberry
Talk on Landscaping for Hummingbirds with Martin Quigley
Special activities for kids - Children 7 and under must be accompanied by an adult.
* Take-home Craft making: mobiles, masks, watercolors, necklaces, and Seed Balls to attract hummingbirds at home.
* Children’s bird walks/play
* Face painting
Special activities for all ages:
* Lectures and Workshops on everything from Gardening for the Birds to Photographing the Fastest Birds in the World.
* Expert led Garden Tours and Beginning Birder Tours.
* Scavenge for souvenirs, gifts, and acquire the perfect plant for the perfect place at Norrie's Gift and Garden Shop.
* Delight in an assortment of beverages and delicious healthy food available for purchase. Make it for breakfast and lunch!
Please check back for schedule updates and more details.
Become a Community Partner and make a difference. Help Sponsor this Event!
Hummingbird Day sponsorship revenue will be used to offset the cost of admission, enabling children to attend the event free of charge. Sponsors help encourage the next generation to become environmental
Website Contact: 831-427-2998.
April 7th-30th, 2017
Alaska Hummingbird Festival
Celebrate the return of migratory birds from Central and South America to the southern panhandle of Alaska. The male Rufous Hummingbirds begin arriving Ketchikan in mid-March and are seen at feeders and flowers throughout Ketchikan by mid-April.
Festival events include guided bird hikes, art shows, and activities for children. For more information, call festival headquarters at the Southeast Alaska Discovery Center at 907-228-6220.
Website Contact: 907-228-6220.
None in 2015
Fort Morgan, Alabama
Ft Morgan Spring Banding - Banding migrant hummingbirds headed north to their nesting grounds. Banding is free and open to the public. There is a fee to enter the Fort Property. Contact Bob or Martha Sargent at 205-681-2888
Note: "Due to the death of Bob Sargent there will be no more banding at Ft Morgan."
None in 2017
NOTE: Due to unforeseen Circumstances
>>>> 2017 Nature Quest Has Been Cancelled <<<<
Instead we will focus on planning a great event for April 2018
During Nature Quest you'll enjoy learning about Texas Hill Country Birds, Small Cavity Nesters, Bluebirds, Raptors, Hummingbirds, Bats, Butterflies, Insects, Champion Big Trees, Natural History, Native Plants, Useful & Medicinal Plants, Wildflowers, Invasive Plants, and how to make your own backyard a Wildlife Habitat.
Diverse Vegetation and Wildlife, Monumental Trees on the National Registry of Big Trees, the World's Second Largest Mexican Free-tailed Bat Population, Plants & Flowers found only in the Hill Country, Rare and Endangered Species of Birds such as the Golden-cheeked Warbler and Black-capped Vireo are just a few reasons why....
The Hill Country River Region is a perfect backdrop for your Nature Quest Adventure!
Fieldtrip Leaders & Speakers Include:
Tony Gallucci, Bain Walker, Lee Haile,
Ken Cave, LeAnn Sharp & Anthony Sharp
Along the Clear Frio, Nueces & Sabinal Rivers
Uvalde, Real & Bandera Counties
Near Concan, Uvalde, Utopia & Vanderpool Texas
Nature Quest Headquarters Located
10 miles W. of Utopia & 5 miles E. of Garner State Park On FM 1050
at Hill Country Nature Center
Nature Quest ~ 830-966-2320 ~ email@example.com
May - Sept., 2016
Missouri State Parks
You will get a close-up look at this tiny bird and learn about its life history. No reservations are required. The study site is located at the park’s visitor center. You are welcome to bring cameras, but will be instructed to keep an adequate distance from the birds and researchers in order to ensure the safety of the birds.
Event times: 9 a.m/10 a.m. - 1 p.m. (Check for each event)
Onondaga State Park - 7556 Hwy. H, Leasburg, MO | (573) 245-6576
Montauk State Park - 345 County Road 6670, Salem, MO | (573) 548-2201 (None listed for 2017)
Onondaga State Park, Leasburg, MO
May 13th, 2017
Logan County, Arkansas
The Lodge at Mount Magazine
Each year, the return of hummingbirds is eagerly awaited at Mount Magazine State Park. Marvel at these acrobatic pollinators during this family-friendly, nature-themed celebration with hummingbird banding by experts, garden tours, and a station called “Hummingbird Haven,” featuring make and take crafts, concluded with a free concert by Still on the Hill. The hummingbird special is designed to enhance your enjoyment of hummingbirds and educate about pollinator importance.
CONTACT: (479) 963-8502, firstname.lastname@example.org
None Listed for 2017
Dade City, Florida
Pioneer Florida Museum
Pioneer Florida Museum has been busy planting this spring and things are growing great! We have been planting gardens especially to attract hummingbirds and butterflies. We see many butterflies and even the elusive little birds almost every day. Come out to the Museum on Saturday, May 17th, any time between 9am and 4pm and enjoy a day with us.
Presentations inside will include:
all day - "Birds of Prey" with Gabriel Vargo
11 am - "Butterfly Gardening" with Bob Gallion
12 noon - "All About Hummingbirds" with Bev Hansen
1 pm - "Native Pollinators" with Debi Donaldson
2 pm - "Good Bug, Bad Bug" with Vince Stoble
There will be music; “Sacred Harp Singing” in our church and “The Barking Dogs” will be playing out on our grounds. Our concession stand will be open serving up lunch to attendees. There will be a chance to build a bluebird box for children, and finished ones will be available in our gift shop. Our gift shop will be stocked with great hummingbird and garden gifts along with our regular gift shop items. Also included in the festivities are arts & crafters, traditional craft demonstrations, Florida native plant sales.
Additionally, the museum’s historic buildings will be open and the collections on display. Please note that
although hummingbirds are the focus, we do not have them in cages!
Festival admission is $8 for adults, $6 for seniors and $4 for students. As always, children under 5 are FREE. (Please, no coolers, or pets although service animals are welcome.) The museum also offers FREE parking and handicap accessibility.
Pioneer Florida Museum and Village
15602 Pioneer Museum Road
Dade City, Florida
None in 2017
Colorado Springs, Colorado
The Friends of Cheyenne Cañon announces this year’s event at the Starsmore Visitor and Nature Center. The Cheyenne Cañon Hummingbird Experience is part of the Pikes Peak Birding and Nature Festival (PPBNF). http://pikespeakbirdingandnaturefestival.org/
The event partnership includes Friends of Cheyenne Cañon and the Starsmore Visitor & Nature Center staff along with Aiken Audubon Society, Bear Creek Nature Center, Cheyenne Mountain State Park, Cheyenne Mountain Zoo, Chico Basin Ranch, Colorado Parks & Wildlife, Colorado Springs Parks & Recreation & Cultural Services, El Paso County Recreation & Cultural Services, Fountain Creek Nature Center, Friends of El Paso County Nature Centers, Garden of the Gods Visitor and Nature Center, Pikes Peak Community College Pikes Peak Community Foundation and Pinello Ranch/Venetucci.
The festival will highlight bird and nature events throughout the region. North Cheyenne Cañon Park will be the site of two hosted field trips, with registration and RSVP required through the Pikes Peak Birding and Nature Festival. (719)-282-7877 http://pikespeakbirdingandnaturefestival.org/
The Hummingbird Experience on Saturday is chock full of free family oriented events that highlight the hummingbirds that visit the Cañon every year.
Date: Saturday, May 21, 2016
Location: Starsmore Visitor and Nature Center (formerly Starsmore Discovery Center)
2120 North Cheyenne Canyon Road,
Colorado Springs, CO 80906
Time: Times vary by event
For more information: (719) 385-6086
Events at the Starsmore Visitor and Nature:
*Hummingbird Banding, *Hummingbird Lecture, Raptor Display, Family Hummingbird Discovery Event, Tent Activities for Kids, Hummingbird Plant Sales and more! Go to the Friends of Cheyenne Cañon website for up to date information and a complete schedule. http://cheyennecanon.org/
*Registration required for the Guided Bird Walk, Hummingbird Lecture and the Hummingbird banding sessions. Register through the Pikes Peak Birding and Nature Festival website. (www.pikespeakbirdingandnaturefestival.org) (719)-282-7877
No registration required for the Saturday 10-3 events.
About the Friends of Cheyenne Cañon:
The Friends of Cheyenne Cañon provides financial and volunteer support to help maintain the City’s first wilderness park and preserve and operate Starsmore Visitor and Nature Center and Helen Hunt Falls Visitor Center. For more information about great hikes in the Park and the history of the Cañon, or to join the Friends of Cheyenne Cañon go to http://cheyennecanon.org/
For more information: (719) 385-6086
None in 2017
The Nature and Hummingbird festival will not be held in 2015.
Nature Festival and hummingbird banding. Nest box building, educational speakers, wildlife exhibits.
Contact: Tim Dever Email: email@example.com Phone: 618.475.2366.
Dates Coming Soon
Illinois Festivals.....Sponsored by the Lincoln Land Association of Bird Banders.
Guests may “adopt” a hummingbird at any of the banding sites by making a $5 donation to the Lincoln Land Association of Bird Banders. Donors will receive an attractive signed certificate, be given the privilege of releasing their adopted bird (if enough birds are captured), and will be notified if their birds are ever recaptured.
Lincoln Land Association of Bird Banders (LLABB)
McBride Home (New Athens)
None Listed for 2017
Silver City, New Mexico
Annual Hummingbird Festival
The Hummingbird Festival is a unique opportunity to catch these beautiful birds in action at the height of the season. Festivities include guest speakers and live entertainment.
July is the height of the migration season for the
thousands of hummingbirds that stay or pass through the Sapillo Creek
valley each year. Species identified in the immediate area include the
Magnificent, Blue-throated, Black-chinned, Broad-tailed, Allen's,
Broad-billed, Rufus, Anna's, Calliope, Lucifer, and Costa hummingbirds.
Natural land formations have drawn these little birds through the
Sapillo Valley as a nesting destination for generations making the area
rich in mass numbers as well as species. The festival is a unique
opportunity to see them up-close and learn about their lives, habits,
and migration patterns.
The festival is held at Little Toad Creek Inn & Tavern near Lake Roberts. The remote restaurant, lodge, and brewery is located on Highway 35 at the junction of Highway 15, on the way to the Gila Cliff Dwellings north of Silver City.
July 28th - 30th 2017
FESTIVAL ACTIVITIES — Overview
Presentations: 3 days of presentations by hummingbird experts from around the world in the modern, air-conditioned Sedona Performing Arts Center.
"Birds & Blooms" Hummingbird Garden Tours: Each ticket valid for two days, permitting a self-guided garden visit at your own schedule one or both days. This allows you to visit the gardens and spend as much time as desired but still see lectures on the opposite day. You will take your paypal receipt and bring it to SPAC location where you will get a wristband and garden tour map to enjoy the gardens. You may pick them up anytime Fri/Sat/Sun after 8am. We are pleased to welcome Birds & Blooms Magazine as a Platinum level corporate sponsor this year!
Gala Banquet Celebration: A delightful highlight of the 3-day event Saturday evening, with dinner and good times.
Banding (free): See tiny numbered band attached to a hummingbird's leg so that its movements can be scientifically followed! 8:00 a.m. - 12:00 noon
Exhibits (free): The Hummingbird Marketplace (exhibitors and vendors area), held in the lobby of the Sedona Performing Arts Center, with easy access to shopping opportunities for "everything hummingbird." As before, no admission fee!
Food Vendor: The Sedona Community Center will be our food vendor providing both a continental breakfast in the early morning and lunch selections each day. They will also have drinks available for sale. So you can enjoy a meal without having to leave the facility.
Art Exhibit (free): Excellent hummingbird art at two different locations in Sedona.
Birding Trips: Birders will have the opportunity to visit one of two different habitats, Page Springs Fish Hatchery and Oak Creeek Canyon; tickets $12, but reservations required because of limited capacity. Trips are led by the Northern Arizona Audubon Society.
DETAILS on all parts of the festival will be found under the individual tabs as they are updated.
You can read about the first Sedona Hummingbird Festival (2012) in this excerpt from The Hummingbird Connection, the official member magazine of the Hummingbird Society.
The Sedona Hummingbird Festival is always held the first weekend in August, when Sedona's hummingbird population is highest and most diverse—5 or even 6 species instead of the usual 2—and with typically five times the number of hummers as in early summer. Thanks to Sedona's high altitude of 4,500 feet, we escape the intense summer heat experienced in more southern parts of Arizona (more at the Sedona tab). August is also a "low season" for tourism in Sedona, so you'll be able to take advantage of lower lodging prices. We're working on securing deals from participating hotels and motels; see "lodging deals."
Arizona is already well known as the top state for seeing many hummingbird species (a fact that Texas disputes, of course). People travel great distances just to see Arizona's hummers. But Sedona also has Red Rock Country, and that makes it even more desirable to come here to see hummingbirds. Is there a prettier place in America to see hummers? We don't think so! That's the reason behind the tagline for the Sedona Hummingbird Festival: The Most Beautiful Place in America to See Hummingbirds.
Sedona Hummingbird Festivals were spectacular community events! Residents and businesses were encouraged to include hummer-friendly flowers in their yard. Those lacking time or inclination for gardening put out feeders, especially beginning in June. By keeping the feeders filled and fresh, residents year after year see that migrants will reward their benefactors by returning—with friends and relatives—leading to ever-higher populations. In our dreams, the Hummingbird Society imagines feeders even hanging from the street signs, but that may not happen right away!Website
How beautiful is Sedona? We know of no more beautiful description of Sedona than this video. Be sure to make it full screen.
July 29th, 2017
13th annual High Country Hummers Festival
The Arizona Game and Fish Department is again offering a unique opportunity for people to learn more about Arizona’s colorful forest hummingbirds.
Sheri Williamson, one of the nation’s foremost experts on hummingbirds, will lead a capture and bird-banding event with the invaluable assistance of a dedicated group of volunteers that is free and open to the public. Participants will be able to observe researchers up close as they handle, measure and band these flying jewels. The festival takes place at the department’s Sipe White Mountain Wildlife Area located near Eagar in eastern Arizona.
This one-of-a-kind program begins at 8 a.m. and concludes at noon. Come prepared to spend most of the morning outdoors with the potential of some summer rain. It’s a good idea to bring a camera, as there will be plenty of great photo opportunities, such as taking your picture with a live raptor at the Department’s Adobe Mountain Wildlife Center “critter photo booth.”
Sheri is the author of the Peterson Field Guide to Hummingbirds of North America. She, together with her husband Tom Wood, founded and operate the Southeastern Arizona Bird Observatory (SABO), which is a non-profit scientific and educational organization based in Bisbee. SABO’s mission is to promote conservation of birds of southeastern Arizona, their habitats, and the diversity of species that share those habitats through research, monitoring and public education.
Other fun programs will also be offered at the wildlife area that day:
Pets must be kept on a leash and are not allowed near live wildlife.
Breakfast and lunch concessions will be provided by the Springerville-Eagar Regional Chamber of Commerce.
The Sipe Wildlife Area is located southeast of Eagar and Springerville. From Eagar, take Highway 191 toward Alpine for about two miles to the signed turnoff at the top of the first hill. Drive south five miles to the Sipe property on a gravel road suitable for passenger cars.
For more information, contact the Pinetop Game and Fish Department regional office at 928 532-3680.
Follow this event and other local wildlife recreation-related events and programs on the Arizona Game and Fish Pinetop Region Facebook page.
August 9th, 2017
Kern River Valley Hummingbird Celebration
Feeding Hummingbirds: A short lesson in hummingbird feeder maintenance and a recipe for hummingbird food. Hummingbird Identification Workshop: Outdoor Presentation on how to tell our local hummingbirds apart.Hummingbird Gardening: Lesson in what plants attract hummingbirds and butterflies. And Much More.
Kern River Preserve
8:00 am - 2:00 pm-
To be Announced
Oak Hill, West Virginia
New River Hummingbird Festival
Join internationally known hummingbird expert Dr. Bill Hilton Jr. for a morning of up-close, hands-on experience with Ruby-throated Hummingbirds. Hilton will capture, band, and release hummingbirds while explaining the secrets of their feeding, nesting, and migration behavior; he will talk about results of his ten years of work with ruby-throats in Central America and there will be plenty of time for questions and answers about hummers, including how to design a habitat to attract these tiny birds to your back yard or school grounds.
Preregistration admission is $10 per adult, $5 per child ages 15-18, free for ages 14 and under. Or $10 per person at the event.
Hummingbird feeders, t-shirts, and loads of plants will be available for purchase and donation at the event while supplies last.
Who will be there? Dr. Bill Hilton Jr, master bander, hummingbird expert, and one of Discover magazines “50 Best Brains in Science;” Rachel Davis: local nature guide and coordinator of New River Birding & Nature and Fayette County Education Fund; Terri Johnson: Honeysuckle Hill Gardens Nursery, Greenhouse & Gift Shop in Oak Hill; and other NRBN Team members.
Portions of proceeds go to the 501C3 Fayette County Education Fund - to secure the future of Fayette County by providing relevant Leadership and Environmental Training to the community, with an emphasis on youth education. New River Hummingbird Festival was born in 2010 as an outreach program of the New River Birding & Nature Center - Sharing the secrets of science and nature in the New River watershed with West Virginians and their friends.
Honeysuckle Hill Gardens
1177 Terry Ave.
Oak Hill, WV 25901
August 19th, 2017
Charlotte, North Carolina
Aug 19th (Saturday)
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM
Ages 1-100 ·
Co-Ed Reedy Creek Nature Preserve
To be Announced
Henderson Hummingbird Hurrah
A celebration of the ruby-throated hummingbird sponsored by Minnesota River Valley Audubon Chapter, a birding festival offering opportunities such as: learning about the amazing little birds, attracting them, keeping them happy and much more.
A licensed hummingbird bander will catch and band birds, allowing you to see them up close and learn about hummingbird research. There will also be a garden tour, speakers, book signing sessions, children’s activities, and a Hummingbird Mall – all FREE!
Bring a blanket or lawn chair for a relaxing time in or near the garden enjoying the antics of these tiny flying jewels. The ruby-throated hummingbird can be seen in large numbers in August as they stop in Henderson at feeders and nectar producing plants on their southward journey to Mexico and Central America, where they spend the winter.
Remember your camera! With the close views that our garden and feeder setups provide, you’re sure to capture great images. The Henderson Hummingbird Hurrah allows veteran and beginning birdwatchers spectacular opportunities. Go beyond the backyard and celebrate hummingbirds with us!
Our mission is to produce a festival that promotes understanding, appreciation, and enjoyment of the ruby-throated hummingbird by people of all ages through education, conservation, and research. Donations are always appreciated and gladly accepted to support our efforts to further develop the garden, feed the birds, and cover production costs.
The Henderson Hummingbird Hurrah is brought to you by Henderson Feathers, a non –profit 501c3 certified organization, and all donations are tax deductible. Make checks payable to Henderson Feathers. Please write Hummingbird Hurrah on the memo line. Send payment to Henderson Feathers, Attention: Mary Ann, Post Office Box 305, Henderson, MN 56044.
9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
200 North Third Street
August 26th, 2017
Wonder of Hummingbirds Festival
(More Details Coming Soon)
The fourth annual festival is Saturday, August 26, 2017 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Admission $5, children under six are admitted free.
Presented by the Knoxville Chapter of the Tennessee Ornithological Society and Ijams Nature Center, visitors will have the opportunity to see ruby-throated hummingbirds up-close at a banding demonstration by Mark Armstrong, a certified Master Bander.
Hummingbirds will be harmlessly captured, weighed, measured and banded before being sent on their way.
Banding provides a way to document hummingbird movement during migration. August and September are busy migration months in Tennessee with thousands of hummingbirds moving south on their way to wintering grounds in Central America and southern Mexico.
The festival will also feature speakers on nature topics, wildlife educational demonstrations, guided walks and vendors selling food and drinks, plants, locally made arts and crafts, bird feeders and supplies, garden items and a “Bargain Barn” selling new and gently used merchandise with nature themes.
• Joel Greenberg, renowned author of “A Feathered River Across the Sky: The Passenger Pigeon’s Flight to Extinction.”
T. David Pitts, Professor of Biology, UT Martin will talk about “The Hummingbirds that Nest in your Yard”.
• Marcia Davis, Birdlife Columnist for the Knoxville
• David Unger, Professor of Biology, Maryville College
• Steve McGaffin, Naturalist and Educator for the Knoxville Zoo
• Lynne McCoy, a local wildlife rehabilitator
Directions: Ijams Nature Center is located at 2915 Island Home Avenue, Knoxville, Tennessee, 37920, approximately three miles from downtown Knoxville.Website Contact: 865-577-4717
Yew Dell's Hummingbird Festival
Always a summer favorite! Will take place at Yew Dell Botanical Gardens, 6220 Old LaGrange Road. This festival offers the opportunity for all to learn about these amazing little birds, what makes them tick, how to attract them, how to keep them coming and a whole lot more. Local experts will catch and band birds, offering an excellent opportunity to see them up close and learn about hummingbird research. We’ll have hummingbird plants for sale, kids' activities, refreshments, tours and as always, local hummingbird photographer Russ Thompson will be on hand to offer photography tips – so don’t forget the camera and binoculars!
Website Contact: (502) 241-4788
To be determined
Folsom Butterfly & Hummingbird Festival
Website Contact: 985-796-9309
Sept. 9th - 11th, 2016
Holly Springs, Mississippi
Hummingbird Migration Celebration
At Strawberry Plains Audubon Center, This is a big one! Hummer Study Group experts Band Ruby-throats and visitors are given special, Opportunity to release hummingbirds back into the wild.
285 Plains Road, Holly Springs, MS 38635
Click this link to map your route:
285 Plains Road, Holly Springs, MS 38635
Strawberry Plains Audubon Center is located on Hwy 311. From Holly Springs Town Square: Hwy 7 North. Take left onto Hwy 311. Turn right to stay on Hwy 311 North (follow signs for Strawberry Plains Audubon Center/Mt. Pleasant) and go 2.5 miles. Facility on the right.
We are 9.5 miles from the intersection of Hwy 72 and Hwy 311. Coming from Memphis, TN: take either Hwy 72 from Collierville, TN and turn right onto Hwy 311, or take Hwy 78 east to Exit 26 (West Holly Springs), travel east to Hwy 311 North. Turn left onto Hwy 311 and travel 2.5 miles. Facility on the right.
Sept. 10, 2016
Feliciana Hummingbird Celebration
The Feliciana Nature Society will hold their annual Feliciana Hummingbird Celebration on Saturday, Sept. 10, 2016, at St. Francisville, Louisiana. The Feliciana Hummingbird Celebration promotes the unique breeding habitat found in the St. Francisville area. The event offers an opportunity to observe hummingbirds up close as they are banded at two private homes in the St. Francisville area on Saturday. Hummingbird-friendly plants will also be available for sale.
The festival will be held from 7:00 a.m. until 3:00 p.m. Hummingbird biologists Linda Beall and Nancy Newfield will capture and band birds at two private gardens in the St. Francisville area. Visitors will have the opportunity to observe hummingbirds up close as they are weighed and measured. In addition, vendors will be at both homes with hummingbird-attractive plants available for sale. The gardens include the home of Carlyle Rogillio at 15736 Tunica Trace (Hwy. 66) and Murrell Butler at 9485 Oak Hill Road.
There is no fee for Saturday, but donations are more than welcomed. Come and go as you please.
Maps can be found at the Historical Society Museum on Ferdinand St.or at the St. Francisville Inn at Commerce & Ferdinand Streets, both in the historic district You can also print a map from this website, click here.
September 17th, 2016
5th Annual Diamondhead Hummingbird Festival
Suggested $3.00 donation per family.
Operated by the Diamond Head Garden Club.
Features hundreds of hummingbirds and a certified bander who
will capture, band, and release while doing a presentation on the birds.
Speakers and Vendors.
Vendors and volunteers welcome.
8:00 AM - 3:00 PM
2356 Airport Drive
Diamondhead, MS 39525
Contact: Jane Taylor: firstname.lastname@example.org
Sept. 15th-18th, 2016
Rock Port, Texas
Local residents attract hummingbirds to their yards throughout the year. Self-guided walking tours of the “Hummer Homes”. You can expect to see as many as 100 hummingbirds in one yard alone.
Each year during Rockport-Fulton's HummerBird Celebration two licensed hummingbird banding teams busily band the hummingbirds caught in their nets. Each hummer is fitted with a tiny band containing a letter and five numerals to identify it. The hummers then continue on their southbound journey to their wintering grounds in Mexico and Central America.
All bird banding information is carefully recorded by the bander and the data is sent to the North American Bird Banding Laboratory where banding records are maintained.
Whenever a banded bird is recaptured by another bander, the information is sent to the banding lab. The banding lab notifies the original bander of the place and date their bird was recaptured. The bander who recaptured the bird is notified where and when the bird was originally banded.
Sept. 10th & 17th, 2016
Lake Jackson, Texas
Xtreme Hummingbird Xtravaganza
to noon. Autumn is hummingbird season in Texas, as thousands of these
tiny creatures move through the state on their southward migration to
Mexico and Central America. Join us September 130h and 17th to see
hummingbirds being banded, adopt a hummingbird, browse the Nature Store,
walk the nature trails, or buy a plant to attract hummingbirds and
October 15th - 16th, 2016
"The City of Friendly People" invites you to the annual Hogansville Hummingbird Festival, held the third weekend of every October in historic downtown Hogansville, GA. Our Main Street will be bustling with food, crafts, antiques, music, local artists, open storefronts, rides, and activities for the whole family. Two days of old-fashioned family fun! Includes free parking, shuttles, handicap access, ample security, and kids play area. Vendors and sponsors are welcome!
About the Festival
The 2016 Hogansville Hummingbird Festival is an outdoor Festival for the whole family, to be held Saturday and Sunday Oct 15 and Oct 16 in historic small town Hogansville, Georgia. The Hogansville Hummingbird Festival is a true small town festival, featuring 200 vendors, food court, live music, kids area, artisan crafts, and more. All proceeds benefit the Hogansville Charitable Trust.
(To find our downtown area on a map, use the address 400 East Main Street, Hogansville, GA.)
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