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Spring Festival

All are invited to this fun, free event!

Birds of a Feather Spring Festival

Raffle Baskets

Event Schedule

 

Saturday, May 6th

10:30am – Clinic / Rehab Program Tour

11am – Nelle Training Demo

11:30 – Clinic / Rehab Program Tour

12pm – Cormie Presentation

1pm – Clinic / Rehab Program Tour

1:30pm – Nelle Training Demo

2pm – Clinic / Rehab Program Tour

2:30pm – Cormie Presentation

 

Sunday, May 7th

10:30am – Clinic / Rehab Program Tour

11am – Nelle Training Demo

11:30 – Clinic / Rehab Program Tour

12pm – Cormie Presentation

1pm – Clinic / Rehab Program Tour

1:30pm – Nelle Training Demo

 

This fun, two-day festival is our Annual Spring Open House & Native Plant Sale, with free tours of our facility, fun activities for the kids, awesome raffle prizes, and visits with our Education Ambassadors.

We will be announcing the winners of our 2023 Birds of a Feather Youth Art Contest & displaying all of the artwork that was entered.
 
Guests can play Battle for the Burrow corn hole, make the perfect Mother’s Day gift, and more!
 
Shop for official WCNC merchandise, and pick up your diy bird-safe window kit.
 
Bring the whole family. Everyone is invited to this free-community event.

Spring is a great time to learn all about baby birds, what to do if you find one, and how to best coexist with wildlife during this crucial part of their life cycle. We’ll teach you about courting, mating, and nesting habits of some of our favorite birds & give you pointers on when and where you can see them.

All monies raised from the Birds of a Feather Spring Festival will support our 2023 Birds of a Feather Annual Campaign. Donations to our Annual Campaign support our mission of promoting compassion, empathy, and respect for all life through wildlife rehabilitation, ecological teachings, and wildlife conservation.

Sponsored by Buoy Beer

Youth Art Contest

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Students in grades 3rd-12th are invited to enter our 2023 Birds of a Feather Spring Art Contest! Artwork should include native bird/s in their natural landscape. Prizes will be awarded to winners in each age group, and artwork will be displayed at our Birds of a Feather Spring Festival on May 6th & 7th.
Download an entry form below for more details!

Deadline to submit artwork is April 15, 2023

UPCOMING EVENTS

July 2024
Jul 15
15 July 2024
Wildlife Center of the North Coast, 89686 Hwy 202
Astoria, OR 971033832 United States

Jr. Naturalist’s day camp is a week filled with nature-based activities where campers will explore outside, play games, get creative, and learn from professionals in the field. Wildlife Center of the North Coast is a working rehabilitation and conservation education center helping to protect local wildlife. Campers will attend an exclusive tour of the center, learn about wildlife rehab, and meet the Center’s education ambassadors.

$175
Jul 22
22 July 2024
Wildlife Center of the North Coast, 89686 Hwy 202
Astoria, OR 971033832 United States

Jr. Naturalist’s day camp is a week filled with nature-based activities where campers will explore outside, play games, get creative, and learn from professionals in the field. Wildlife Center of the North Coast is a working rehabilitation and conservation education center helping to protect local wildlife. Campers will attend an exclusive tour of the center, learn about wildlife rehab, and meet the Center’s education ambassadors.

$175
October 2024
Oct 13
13 October 2024
Seaside Civic and Convention Center, 415 1st Ave
Seaside, Oregon 97138 United States
November 2024
Nov 08

GET INVOLVED

Founder's Night 2023

Do you thrive on the joy of creating fun and meaningful celebrations? Or raising funds for a cause near and dear to your heart? If so, we would love to have you on our 2023 Founder‘s Night Event Committee. Planning for this critical event has already started and the more creative minds we have to make this our best annual event ever the better. If you would like to volunteer with this committee (we promise to make it fun!), contact Kari@coastwildlife.org.

The mission

Promoting compassion, empathy, and respect for all life through wildlife rehabilitation, ecological teachings, and wildlife conservation.

Helping Wildlife in need

Donations to our Birds of a Feather Annual Campaign support the 1,000 patients that we serve every year, and help to provide needed food, shelter, and medical care to sick, injured, and orphaned animals in need.

Connecting People with Nature

Our conservation education program serves thousands of people every year, and helps promote appreciation for nature and the wildlife we share our planet with within our community and beyond.