The Huron Fringe Birding Festival started in 1998 by finding 130 species of birds. It is now a lot more than just a celebration of  birds.  Events focused on photography, geology, insects,  amphibians, astronomy and more offer participants a chance to spread their wings. Events cater to a variety of  lifestyles. You can get up in the wee hours of the morning, vigorously bird all day and not get back till dark or simple take a leisurely walk in the park.  There are also indoor and outdoor evening programs. Headquartered in MacGregor Point Provincial Park  the festival is timed to witness spring bird migration.  The 2014 festival involved more people than ever and  found a record 187 bird species.  To keep up on festival activities visit the Friends of  MacGregor Point Park website .
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Huron Fringe Birding Festival 2014