Nature lovers, bird lovers, and bird watchers across the country annually recognize National Bird Day on January 5th. It’s also one of several designated holidays celebrating birds.
Born Free USA emphasizes the importance of National Bird Day and lists it as a day to shine a spotlight on issues critical to the protection and survival of birds, both captive and wild.
According to Born Free USA, nearly 12 percent of the world’s almost 10,000 bird species are in danger of extinction.
The Addison Gateway would like you to join over half a million avian admirers to celebrate National Bird Day through a bevy of activities.
- studying birds
- educating others
- other bird-related activities
- A particularly important National Bird Day activity is bird adoption. According to the Atlanta Journal-Constitution newspaper article, many bird enthusiasts celebrate by adopting birds on this day and educating future bird owners about the special issues involved with taking care of birds, including the “proper care, cleanup, noise and biting, feeding, diet and their need for daily interaction.” For more details click here.