Join Nature Canada at the third annual Bird Day Fair which will be held at Andrew Haydon Park in Ottawa on Saturday May 30, 2015 from 10am-3pm.
Just as our migratory birds are returning to Canada from their wintering grounds south of the border, a huge celebration is unfolding across the continent to celebrate birds – and you can be part of it! Bird Day is a celebration of migratory birds and the wild spaces they inhabit.
Join Nature Canada in a celebration of the incredible migration journey of birds through a day of fun activities for the whole family. There will be nature walks, crafts and activities, live animals, and an opportunity to meet local groups working to protect wildlife.
The following groups will host a booth at the Bird Day Fair to talk about the excellent work they do to protect wildlife and connect Canadian’s to nature and adventure in the city and beyond.
Schedule for the day
Early Bird Activity: Nature Canada’s very own licensed bird bander, Ted Cheskey, will lead a bird banding demonstration at Andrew Haydon Park from 8:30 am-10:00 am
Check out what happened at the Bird Day Fair 2014.
Stay up to date on the latest Bird Day Fair plans on the facebook event page.
Plan your trip to the Bird Day Fair
Cycle or Walk
Andrew Haydon Park is along the Ottawa River bike path. Check the cycling map to plan your route.
Take Public Transit
OC Transpo is the easy way to get to the event! Take the Bird Day Fair shuttle bus provided by OC Transpo from Bayshore station, a transit hub. The shuttle will depart from transit station 4A (see the highlight space on the map below) and drop you off steps from the Fair. The shuttle is free of charge and will run every 15 min from 10am – 3pm.
Please remember that there is limited parking on site.
Nature Canada is proud to partner with the following organizations to host Bird Day 2015
Thank you to the generous support of our sponsors. Without whom this event would not be possible.