Wildlife Center of the North Coast presents the 2022 Birds of a Feather Spring Festival

Wildlife Center of the North Coast (WCNC) presents the 2022 Birds of a Feather Spring Festival, taking place at 89686 Hwy 202 in Astoria on May 14 & 15th from 10am to 4pm, and featuring clinic tours, a native plant sale, crafts, yard games, and more.

WCNC is proud to bring this all new Spring Festival to Astoria, while retaining elements guests have enjoyed at their Annual Open House & Native Plant Sale that has been held the past four years. The plant sale will include the familiar assortment of native plants worthy of any backyard bird sanctuary. Tours on the grounds, visits with Ambassador Birds, kids’ crafts, and raffles will also return. New this year will be a youth art display, “Battle for the Burrow” cornhole, and face painting. Guests will enjoy artwork submitted for the 2022 Birds of a Feather Youth Art Contest featuring native birds in their natural landscapes. The Annual Birdathon will kick off during the event and conclude the following day. This is a free, family friendly community event.

Wildlife Center of the North Coast is a non-profit wildlife hospital in Astoria, Oregon whose mission is to, “promote compassion, empathy, and respect for all life through wildlife rehabilitation, ecological teachings, and wildlife conservation.”

For more information about the event, art contest registration, and Birdathon visit www.CoastWildlife.org/upcomingevents.

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