This year’s Biggest Week in American Birding is only a little over a month away! This year’s festival runs from May 6th through May 15th and is sure not to disappoint! The Biggest Week in American Birding is one of the most popular birding festivals in the United States. It’s been growing every year and
Kicking off the Biggest Week in American Birding (Friday May 3rd) the Ohio Birdfreaks along with new birder and Ohio Young Birders Club member Jamie attended the opening gathering at the Maumee Bay Conference Center. After introducing some of the key people that make the event so great (including the super hardworking staff at the
One of the most popular places to see warblers during the Biggest Week in American Birding is the Magee Marsh boardwalk. It is the final place for all sorts of migratory birds to stop and rest before their journey across Lake Erie into their nesting habitats. The Magee Marsh boardwalk is epic for both amateur
Ken Keffer is holding a banded Yellow Warbler at the Black Swamp Bird Observatory as part of the amazing events at the Biggest Week in American Birding. Ken Keffer is the education director at the Black Swamp Bird Observatory and one of our favorite birders. He makes birding an EPIC experience!
The Biggest Week in American Birding – GO! Year two is in full swing and the number of birders in attendance = up! The ten-day long birding extravaganza is full of workshops, guided walks, keynote speakers…and BIRDS! Lots and lots of migrating birds. Warblers, warblers everywhere at the Magee Marsh Boardwalk Photo by Dakota Callaway