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15th Annual Wings Over Water Festival

March 10, 11, 12
Blaine • Semiahmoo • Birch Bay

March 10, 2017
Event Opening, Silent Auction
Featured Artist Reception
Semiahmoo Resort

March 11, 2017
All Day Birding Expo
Blaine Middle School
975 H Street, Blaine, WA
Indoor / Outdoor Activities

March 12, 2017
Birding Breakfast & Speakers
Bird and Photo Walks
Urban Bird Presentation
BP Heron Center, Birch Bay

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Links For More Birding Information

Bird Watching Ethics

Local Audubon Society - North Cascades Audubon Society

For over 35 years, the North Cascades Audubon Society has represented the interests and importance of wildlife, habitat and the environment in Whatcom County. Through scientific research, environmental education, stewardship and advocacy, NCAS provides a variety of services and opportunities for members and the public to engage with the natural world.

Washington Brant Foundation

The Washington Brant Foundation hopes a visit to our web site will increase your understanding and appreciation of this unique wildlife species and how to protect and preserve its habitat.
The Black Brant (Branta bernicla nigricans) is a small sea goose that is about the size of the common Mallard and stages one of the most spectacular migrations of all waterfowl.

Bird Web - Seattle Audubon Society

BirdWeb allows you to search for a specific bird by entering its name in a search box (above left), or to look for birds according to their taxonomic grouping. Washington's birds belong to 18 orders—large groupings of related families and species. To learn about an order and its Washington representatives, you will be able to select a group from a list.

Friends of Semiahmoo Bay Society

The Friends of Semiahmoo Bay Society participate in the rehabilitation of the estuary, marine and watershed habitats of Semiahmoo Bay, Boundary Bay, Birch Bay and Drayton Harbor.