MLAC Celebrates International Migratory Bird Day!
When Eagles Soared: Birds in Pre-Colombian Mexico
Thursday 5/10/12 6 to 9 pm
A fundraising event with a program by Dr. Marion Oetttinger of the San Antonio Museum of Art. An exploration of interest in birds and birdlife among pre-Columbian people of Mexico, particularly the Aztec. Drawing mainly for the codices and early Spanish chroniclers, Dr. Oettinger's talk will explore pre-Columbian bird hunting, breeding, and use of birds and bird feathers as tribute and in ceremonial life. Tickets and Sponsorships are available for this event - please contact Susan Albert at (210) 628-1639 or email@example.com
Friday 5/11/12 7 to 9 pm
Families explore MLAC in the early evening to see what birds and critters are around. We'll call owls and see "hoo" answers! This event is Free but space is limited. RSVP required.
International Migratory Bird Day
Saturday 5/12/12 9 am to noon
A series of family friendly activities to celebrate birds and International Migratory Bird Day. Join us for a morning of fun, including: City Slickers ID Challenge: Migratory Mapping, Avian Antics, Bird Banding Station, Great Migration Challenge, Bird Friend or Foe, I See You!, Birds and Beans, Twenty Ways to Help Birds, Migration Story Time and more! This event is free. No RSVP required.