There’s an exciting event taking shape in Cayuga County. It’s a first for the region, but organizers hope that the Finger Lakes Birding Festival will become a staple in a region ripe with festivals from spring to winter.
This week on Inside the FLX we dive into the details of the inaugural event, which is slated for March 26th – 29th. Montezuma Audubon Center Director Christopher Lajewski was in-studio alongside Sterling Nature Center Director Jim D’Angelo and Karen Kuhl, from Cayuga County’s Office of Tourism to discuss the implications of this exciting event.
A message from the organizers:
“The Montezuma Audubon Center, Braddock Bay Raptor Research, Sterling Nature Center and Onondaga Audubon are proud to announce the Inaugural Finger Lakes Birding Festival March 26-29, 2020 that will feature nearly 50 birding activities including birding tours, lectures, and bird banding workshops at the Montezuma Wetlands Complex, Braddock Bay, Sterling Nature Center and Onondaga Lake. Participants can expect to see up to three dozen waterfowl species and 20 species of raptors that utilize the region’s forests, wetlands, grasslands and waterways. Discounted hotel accommodations, the festival schedule and registration are available by clicking here. Call (315) 365-3588 or email [email protected] for more details.”
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