Space Coast Birding & Wildlife Festival

Official Website

Jan 25-30, 2017

1311 U.S. 1
Titusville, Florida 32796
2017-01-25 12:00:00 2017-01-30 12:00:00 America/New_York Space Coast Birding & Wildlife Festival

The Space Coast Birding and Wildlife Festival (SCBWF) will soon mark its 20th Anniversary with an extraordinary program of activities. Presented by Swarovski Optik and the Brevard Nature Alliance, this exciting event takes place January 25 – 30, 2017

The Space Coast Birding & Wildlife Festival is located at Eastern Florida State College – Titusville Campus, 1311 N. US 1. Registration desk, seminars, workshops, field trip staging, exhibits and food service can be found there.

A remarkable place. Marsh lands. Cypress swamps. Pine flatwoods. Oak hammocks. Rivers and lakes. Fruit groves. Mangroves. Estuaries and the Atlantic Ocean. Undisturbed nature and wildlife are everywhere. A migration path for insects, birds, whales and fish. The Kennedy Space Center, where man’s adventure in space began.

January on the Space Coast. Chilly mornings and cool days. Lots of sun, not much rain. Zero probability of snow showers. Dominant colors are green and blue, not winter white. Deer, wild hogs, alligators, foxes, bobcats, raccoons, otters, dragonflies and butterflies all over. Manatees, dolphins, rays, fish and other sea life are abundant. The birds – from the smallest hummingbird to the second largest bird in North America, the White Pelican – this is their winter home. Many species of ocean birds can be seen on a half day boat trip. More shorebirds, ducks, spoonbills, egrets and herons than can be imagined. That’s January on the Space Coast of Florida.
With more than 100 photography activities, today’s festival is for those who record natural events – in the class, in the field and on the ocean – all taught and led by some of the finest photography professionals in the world. The latest cameras, lenses and photo gear will be on display with hands on demonstrations.Today’s festival will also have its regular field trip adventures to splendid locations and fascinating talks given by authorities in their respective fields of expertise.Full Moon. Celebrity birders. Tons of trailer trips. Loads of free activities. Art show. Socials. Exhibits. Raptor Project. Keynotes. Return of afternoon seminars and the Fox Lake Sunday Social. Half day boat trips to focus on near shore wildlife. Remarkable sponsors and partners. Scores of passionate speakers, field trip leaders and volunteers – all here to help you enjoy your visit.This is the New Space Coast Birding & Wildlife Festival 2016.
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Eastern Florida State College - Titusville Campus

Titusville, Florida

The Space Coast Birding and Wildlife Festival (SCBWF) will soon mark its 20th Anniversary with an extraordinary program of activities. Presented by Swarovski Optik and the Brevard Nature Alliance, this exciting event takes place January 25 – 30, 2017

The Space Coast Birding & Wildlife Festival is located at Eastern Florida State College – Titusville Campus, 1311 N. US 1. Registration desk, seminars, workshops, field trip staging, exhibits and food service can be found there.

A remarkable place. Marsh lands. Cypress swamps. Pine flatwoods. Oak hammocks. Rivers and lakes. Fruit groves. Mangroves. Estuaries and the Atlantic Ocean. Undisturbed nature and wildlife are everywhere. A migration path for insects, birds, whales and fish. The Kennedy Space Center, where man’s adventure in space began.

January on the Space Coast. Chilly mornings and cool days. Lots of sun, not much rain. Zero probability of snow showers. Dominant colors are green and blue, not winter white. Deer, wild hogs, alligators, foxes, bobcats, raccoons, otters, dragonflies and butterflies all over. Manatees, dolphins, rays, fish and other sea life are abundant. The birds – from the smallest hummingbird to the second largest bird in North America, the White Pelican – this is their winter home. Many species of ocean birds can be seen on a half day boat trip. More shorebirds, ducks, spoonbills, egrets and herons than can be imagined. That’s January on the Space Coast of Florida.
With more than 100 photography activities, today’s festival is for those who record natural events – in the class, in the field and on the ocean – all taught and led by some of the finest photography professionals in the world. The latest cameras, lenses and photo gear will be on display with hands on demonstrations.Today’s festival will also have its regular field trip adventures to splendid locations and fascinating talks given by authorities in their respective fields of expertise.Full Moon. Celebrity birders. Tons of trailer trips. Loads of free activities. Art show. Socials. Exhibits. Raptor Project. Keynotes. Return of afternoon seminars and the Fox Lake Sunday Social. Half day boat trips to focus on near shore wildlife. Remarkable sponsors and partners. Scores of passionate speakers, field trip leaders and volunteers – all here to help you enjoy your visit.This is the New Space Coast Birding & Wildlife Festival 2016.
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