Trinity River Audubon Center, World Migratory Bird Day


May 07, 2021 to May 08, 2021


Trinity River Audubon Center View map
6500 Great Trinity Forest Way,
Dallas, TX, 75217

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On Friday, May 7, Trinity River Audubon Center kicks off its World Migratory Bird Day celebration virtually.

Jeop-birdy: 5:30–6:30pm
Put your bird knowledge to the test with a migration-minded trivia game. Audubon Educators will be the moderators of this family-friendly virtual competition where first place gets a very cool prize you can use to show off your trivia skills. It is 100% free to play but registration is required. Register online at

Wandering Warblers: 7–8pm
Afterwards, Audubon Educators will host a presentation about the different warbler species that add seasonal color and flair to the Great Trinity Forest. With migration in full swing, folks are seeing an influx of colorful species at their favorite birding hotspots. Many of these birds are warblers that travel long distances from their wintering locations to their breeding grounds. Join Audubon Educators as they discuss the warblers you may encounter next time you’re out on the trail. This virtual presentation is free and registration is required. Register online at

On Saturday, May 8, the Audubon center continues World Migratory Bird Day celebration with in-person events:

Inaugural Birder Bowl:
Located within the central migration flyway, Trinity River Audubon Center provides valuable habitat for birds to find food and shelter on route to their breeding grounds. Join other bird enthusiasts as we see who can spot the most species on World Migratory Bird Day. Register online at

By signing up and participating in this friendly competition, you’re helping ornithologists understand the health of bird populations during a critical point in their lives. First place birders earn a prize to show off their birding skills.
Gates open at 7am. Registration is required. $15 for individuals; $40 per team (2 to 4 birders per team)

Guided hikes
Plus, register online to join one of two free guided hikes at 7:30am or 9:30am.