If you want a fun and exciting way to learn about St. George, Utah’s natural resources, you should come out today for the Ninth Annual Winter Bird Festival. From January 26th through January 28th, there will be continual, eye-opening chances to learn about St. George’s vast bird species.
This year, the festival will host activities, lectures, and field trips. Lectures will be from a Junior Birder Program for the youth and a course for bird house building. Fields trips will be headed to the areas hot spots such as Quail Creek, Zion National Park, Sand Hollow and Hurricane Fields, Lytle Ranch and many more.
Today’s presentation of “Wintering Birds of Washington County” will kick off the festival at the Best Western Abbey Inn beginning at 6:00pm. Other events will be at Tonaquint Park at the Tonaquint Nature Center, which can be found at 1851 South Dixie Drive, St. George UT. This event will be great for the passionate bird lover while it provides outdoor enthusiasts a better perspective in regards to the areas birds species.
General admission is FREE. To get more information about the Winter Bird Festival and its activities, you can call 435-673-0996 or visit www.sgcity.org/birdfestival.