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May 20th Bird Festival Schedule Featured on Tulelake Web Site
This year’s event will be held from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m at the community building known as the Honker on Main Street in Tulelake, California. Airboat rides through Tule Lake Marsh, wild bird banding and guided trips to local wildlife refuges are just a few of the family events featured at the Festival on May 20th. All events including bus and airboat tours are offered free of charge.
Vendor booths, wildlife information stations, wildlife art …..and more.
Tulelake Saturday Events Feature Birds, Baseball, Bluegrass and Barbecue
The annual Tule Lake Migratory Bird Festival and a high school championship baseball game will be on tap in Tulelake, California this coming weekend. This year’s bird festival will be held from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. at the community building known as the Honker on Main Street in Tulelake, California. Airboat rides through Tule Lake Marsh, wild bird banding, guided trips to Tule Lake and Lower Klamath Refuges as well as a host of exhibits, videos and children’s events are just a few of the many family events which will be featured at the festival. All festival events including bus and airboat tours are offered free of charge.
Live bluegrass music by the Chuck Holloway band will be featured from mid-morning through the early afternoon. Starting at noon, the Tulelake Volunteer Fire Department will be hosting its ever-popular Tri-Tip Barbecue as a fundraising event.
As an added bonus to this year’s festival, The Tulelake High School baseball team, the Honkers, will be playing in the final round of the CIF North Section Division IV championship. The championship game against the high school team from Etna, California will be held across the street from the festival site starting at 1:00 p.m. Festival organizer Tony Giacomelli hopes that participants will enjoy the festival in the morning and make it an "all Tulelake day" by taking in the baseball game in the afternoon.
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