Based in Cape Charles, Virginia, the Eastern Shore Birding and Wildlife Festival is the perfect opportunity to experience the wonders of wildlife—from the keynote presentation by America's leading ornithologist/illustrator and author of the Sibley Guide to Birds - David Allen Sibley, to unparalleled guided tours, boat trips, nature hikes and much more.
It's an incredible chance to catch sightings of species you've never seen before. As one of the most important migration stop-overs on the East Coast, millions of songbirds and butterflies and thousands of raptors will converge here on their long journey south. With the Eastern Shore of Virginia National Wildlife Refuge and Kiptopeke State Park nearby, this is a migration celebration you'll always remember.
With the festival headquarters' easy accessibility from many major mid-atlantic metropolitan areas, what's stopping you from celebrating this fabulous fall migration? Only 40 minutes from Norfolk and Virginia Beach; 4 1/2 hours from Washington, DC; and 4 1/2 hours from Philadelphia it's just a hop, skip or a jump to come for the day or for the weekend! Visit www.esvafestivals.org for more information and to register.
Admission Fee: $100/adult-weekend pass; $40 adult - day pass
Last Updated: 3/20/2014 4:05 PM