The 2015 Festival was a great success.
141 bird species were observed during the three days of the festival!
The Harney County Migratory Bird Festival is held the second weekend of April offers a variety of activities for bird watching enthusiasts. Located in the high desert of Southeast Oregon the festival occurs during the height of the spring sandhill crane, waterfowl and shorebird migrations along the Pacific Flyway. The Festival offers spectacular bird watching opportunities. Over 100 species of birds can be viewed during the festival. The 2015 bird list is available to view as a PDF.
Disappointed because the 2015 tour you wanted to get on was full?
Many of our tours fill within just a few days.
One of the benefits of our annual membership is the opportunity to register one week earlier than non-members!
Learn about the benefits of our optional Annual Festival Membership