PALM COAST – Flagler County is going to the birds this weekend as the 2019 Birds of a Feather Fest comes to Palm Coast.
With more than 125 miles of hiking, biking and walking trails, miles of coastline, varied habitats and more than 200 identified species, Flagler County is a birder’s paradise. Few places offer as many wonderful opportunities to enjoy nature while being so connected, accessible and clean. With a focus on families, beginners and experts alike, this festival offers something for everyone.
The birding and nature festival invites everyone to enjoy a weekend of birding, photography, workshops, social events, and family activities. Join National Audubon Society’s David Ringer for hours on Saturday and join us Saturday Evening at the Community Center for the Meet the Experts event!
Among this year’s features: no registration fee, seven excursions including trips to Merritt Island National Wildlife Refuge, Sweetwater Wetlands, Orlando Wetlands Park, Circle B-Bar Reserve, Ocala National Forest and all over Flagler County for the first-ever Big Day, birding trips and classes for all skill levels and transportation and lunch provided on many of the trips.