Immerse yourself in the wonder of bird migration at the Indiana Dunes Birding Festival, May 16-19, celebrating its 10th year. Presented by Indiana Audubon in collaboration with partners like Indiana Dunes National Park, Indiana Dunes State Park, and Indiana Dunes Tourism, the four-day event features over 180 trips, programs, and workshops.

Explore guided birding trips, live birds of prey presentations, a native plant sale, and special art workshops in a region renowned for its fourth-highest biological diversity among national parks. Evening events include owl and whip-poor-will excursions and a family friendly “birds and brews” social.

Retired Indiana Dunes National Park Superintendent Paul Labovitz, who helped launch the festival, will deliver the keynote on May 18, “From City Kid to National Park Superintendent: An Accidental Birder Story.”

Early-bird registration opens March 3, and Priority registration for Indiana Audubon members beginning March 1. Secure your spot for the four-day event at just $65, with options available for youth and single-day participation. For more details, visit indunesbirdingfestival.com.

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