Birding Events in Minnesota State Parks

Minnesota state parks are a haven for birds and birdwatchers alike. Bird habitats around Minnesota—and everywhere in the world—are declining, and as a result, so are many bird species and populations. The state parks provide and preserve a much-needed variety and diversity of habitats for birds. If you want to see birds in Minnesota, visit a state park!

Park-specific bird checklists
More birding resources

Many parks hold bird surveys and bird banding demonstrations, and there are often naturalist-led bird walks or other birding programs. Find one here:


Events

01/01/15

Whitewater State Park

19th Annual Whitewater River Valley Christmas Bird Count

01/03/15

Lake Carlos State Park

5th Annual Alexandria Christmas Bird Count

01/17/15

Audubon Center of the North Woods, Sandstone

Flying WILD & One Bird Two Worlds Teacher Workshop

01/31/15

Fort Snelling State Park

Winter Birding for Beginners

02/28/15

Fort Snelling State Park

All About Bluebirds

03/14/15

William O'Brien State Park

Bluebird Workshop!

05/02/15

Interstate State Park

Bird Watching Stroll

Find more events.

 

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This program is made possible by funds from the Clean Water, Land and Legacy Amendment.