Hummingbird Migration & Nature Celebration

September 7th,8th & 9th 2018

Photo: Curt Hart

2018 Hummingbird Migration and Nature Celebration!
September 7th - 9th, 9 am - 5 pm.

Join us for the 19th annual Hummingbird Migration and Nature Celebration, one of the Southeast's biggest nature festivals. Highlights include renowned guest speakers, guided nature walks, live animal shows, kids activity zone, wagon rides, nature-themed arts & crafts vendors, native plant sale and up-close views of Ruby-throated Hummingbirds being banded and released!

We will be posting the 2018 Featured Speakers soon!
2017 Featured Speakers schedule: 18th Hummingbird Celebration Featured Speakers Schedule
*Note all speakers and times are subject to change without notice*

 
Hummingbird Featured Speakers
Hummingbird Migration & Nature Celebration

Hummingbird Celebration Featured Speakers

Learn more about our incredible panel of experts who will be featured at this year's 18th annual Hummingbird Migration & Nature Celebration!

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Volunteer at the 2018 Hummingbird Celebration!
Hummingbird Migration & Nature Celebration

Volunteer at the 2018 Hummingbird Celebration!

Audubon’s largest outdoor festival would not be possible without the more than 150 volunteers that make this event and annual fundraiser a continuing success.

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Sponsor the 2018 Celebration!
Hummingbird Migration & Nature Celebration

Sponsor the 2017 Celebration!

Your sponsorship of this annual fundraiser ensures the continued success of SPAC’s wildlife conservation missions and benefits the surrounding business communities.

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Hummingbird Celebration Slideshow
Take a tour of our past Hummingbird Celebrations
Hummingbird Migration & Nature Celebration

Hummingbird Celebration Slideshow

Take a tour of our past Hummingbird Celebrations with this photo slideshow

Hummingbird Celebration Videos
Hummingbird Migration & Nature Celebration

Hummingbird Celebration Videos

Explore past footage of the Hummingbird Celebration for a glimpse into this wonderful conservation education event.

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