National Go Birding Day
National Go Birding Day is celebrated on the last Saturday of every April. This year this day is observed on April 28. Birding is the process of identifying and monitoring birds in their natural habitat as a pleasure. Nesting in the middle of the spring season is a day that is dedicated to honouring the wonderful methods of our feathery companions. Many of our favourite birds like sparrow are under a lot of threat so going for birding is a great chance to learn about these species more.
“There is an unreasonable joy to be had from the observation of small birds going about their bright, oblivious business.” – Grant Hutchison
History of National Go Birding Day
The origin and history of National Go Birding Day are not known. To go birding, all we need are a pair of binoculars, a water-proof notebook, a field guide, and a birding app. Going for Birding will be adventurers, and you should not be careless while going birding. Before going for your first big birding, you should study your field guide well. One important thing you need to remember while going birding is that you should reduce your impact on birds and other animals when you are in the field, and you should also know to keep yourself safe in the field. You don’t have to go too far from home to go for birding, for going birding you just need a green space or an open water source. Finding birds is an easy job but scoping them requires some skill, and once you have got your eyes on the birds, you first need to figure out what it is by looking at the bird carefully.
Other Celebrations on April 28
April 28 is also celebrated as
- National Blueberry Pie Day
- International Marconi Day
- International Workers Memorial Day
- National Cubicle Day
- National Biological Clock Day
- World Veterinary Day
- Save The Frogs Day
- National Sense of Smell Day
How to Celebrate National Go Birding Day
On National Go Birding Day, just take out your binoculars and go birding with your family members and friends. Take pictures of all the birds that you can see on this day at your garden. You can also celebrate the day by visiting a nature reserve near your area. Post pictures of your favourite birds and share your thoughts about the day with others on social media using the hashtag #GoBirdingDay.