4700 N. Griffin Ave
Come help us celebrate birds and the beauty of biodiversity in Los Angeles! Did you know that Los Angeles is one of the “birdiest” cities in the country?! Well it’s true! Each year, LA is home to over 400 resident and migratory bird species!
Bird LA Day is a city-wide celebration of birds and urban nature held every May. This year’s festival is bound to excite! Bird LA Day at the Audubon Center at Debs Park is FREE and will have a little something for everyone: bird watching, native plant nursery tour, food, nature art and activities, puppet show, live Birds of Prey show, raffle and prizes!
8:00 AM – 12:00 PM: Early Bird Count
10:00 AM – 12:00 PM: Bird Hats w/ the Arroyo Arts Collective
1:00 PM: LIVE Birds of Prey Show w/ Nature of Wild Works
2:00 PM: Puppet Show w/ the Teatro Arroyo
3:00 PM: 10,000 Birds by John Luther Adams w/ Synchromy
WE HAVE ACTIVITIES ALL DAY INCLUDING:
-Nature Arts & Crafts with Girls Today Women Tomorrow and The Nature School LA
-Screenprinting with Self Help Graphics
-Native Plant Tours with NPS
Refreshments available so come get some good food and good birding in!
Get the whole flock together for a day of fun and celebration, all in the name of our feathered friends! This event is going to be a HOOT!
Parking in the lot is limited- if lot is full, please park along Griffin Ave and enjoy a beautiful walk through the chaparral along the driveway up to the center!
We do not allow dogs in or around the center- thank you for your cooperation. Within the center’s 17 acres of protected wildlife habitat, there are many delicate habitat restoration zones and many nesting bird species. Dogs leave a predator scent wherever they explore, and that can pose a huge threat to nesting birds who may flush or abandon active nests. Leashed dogs are welcomed on many of the parks other hiking trails- Thank you for understanding!