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Hawaii Island Bird Festival returning in October


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Hawaii Island Bird Festival returning in October

By Tovin Lapan / Hawaii / Travel Weekly / travelweekly.com / Mar 05, 2020

“The fifth installment of the Hawaii Island Festival of Birds [https://birdfesthawaii.org/] is booked for Oct. 15 to 19.

The 2020 theme for the four-day festival is "Wanderers & Migrants: Celebrating Hawaii's Avian Voyagers." Programming includes field trips Friday and Sunday, a pelagic boat tour, and a Saturday Bird Fair with educational booths, local arts and crafts, bird-watching optics store and showcase, a keiki (kids) corner, educational talks and panel discussions....”


hawaiian red-crested cardinal in waimea canyon, kauai
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