Migration Celebration

April 21, 2018 @ 9:00 am – 4:00 pm America/Chicago Timezone
San Bernard National Wildlife Refuge
6801 County Rd 306
Brazoria, TX 77422
Friends of Brazoria Wildlife Refuges

Photo of American KestrelMigration Celebration is held annually in April in southern Brazoria County, Texas, sponsored by the Friends of the Brazoria Wildlife Refuges in cooperation with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service’s Texas Mid-Coast National Wildlife Refuge Complex. The Kickoff Dinner will be held on Apr. 13, 2018, and the 24th Annual Migration Celebration will be held on Apr. 21 and 22.

Migration Celebration activities are centered on the San Bernard National Wildlife Refuge but formally starts with a fundraising dinner and featured speaker at Freeport RiverPlace located in the Freeport Municipal Park.

Migration Celebration’s events and presentations are designed for the introductory level but still keeps some focus on birds with our Birds of Prey programs and the San Bernard Oak Trail tours.

With the exception of fundraising activities, all other Migration Celebration events, tours, presentations, and other activities are free to the public. This is made possible by the generous donations of time and money by our sponsors, partner organizations, and volunteers.

Volunteers needed. To volunteer contact:
Ed Barrios, Volunteer Coordinator
979-297-1815 (h) 979-415-4998 (c)
[email protected]refugefriends.org.

For more information, migrationcelebration.org.