Photo: Common Loon by Lyle Grisedale

Creston Valley Bird Festival

May 13-15, 2022

Stay tuned for more information on next year’s 10th anniversary festival celebration!

   

 

 

 

Our Mission:               “The Creston Valley Bird Festival exists to foster awareness of birds and their habitats in the Creston Valley”
Where the Birds Are:  Celebrate the birds, art, and the agriculture of the Creston Valley


Where the Birds Are Latest Post:

May 31:  Red-eyed Vireos can be found in broadleaf forests such as at Summit Creek – a great birding hotspot in the Creston Valley. Since they are mostly camouflaged in the foliage, they are best found by their loud song which is a hurried phase sounding as if they are saying- “here-I-am, in-the-tree, look-up, at-the-top”!!! June and July is their breeding season so they will be singing in the forests the next couple of months!

See Where the Birds Are page for more!


The Creston Valley Bird Festival is looking for Committee members! Do you want to be involved in organizing the 2022 Bird Festival? One meeting per month and assistance during the 3-day festival. Please reply to info@crestonvalleybirds.ca

Great blue heron: Lyle Grisedale

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