WINGS N WETLANDS FESTIVAL
GREAT BEND, KANSAS

The Kansas Wetlands Education Center, along with Kansas Department of Wildlife Parks & Tourism, The Nature Conservancy, and the Great Bend Convention and Visitors Bureau, hosts this 2-day birding festival at Great Bend, KS every other year on odd numbered years. Birding corresponds with peak shorebird and waterfowl migrations at two Wetlands of International Importance, Cheyenne Bottoms and Quivira National Wildlife Refuge.

The next Wings 'N' Wetlands Festival will be held in April 2017.

For more information, call 1-785-238-4161.

 

KANSAS BIRDING FESTIVAL
WAKEFIELD, KANSAS

April 27-28, 2018

Bird and Wildlife Viewing Take a birding and wildlife trip you will never forget. Plan now to attend the Kansas Birding festival in 2018. Over 300 species of birds can be seen in the Milford Lake area. This area is rich in birding opportunities during the later part of April. Not only are there native birds who inhabit the area year round, but it is the prime season for birds that migrate. Combine this with Milford Lake, the wetlands, and the native prairie; and you have the best locations in America for bird sightings. Please view sightings and pictures from past Kansas Birding Festivals.