Top 8 reasons you don’t want to miss the 2nd Annual Wings and Wildflower festival!

While you may have heard some buzz about the 2nd Annual Wings and Wildflower festival you will want to read some of the facts that make it one of the most loved events in the greatest city in the nation!

Read below for the top 8 reasons you don’t want to miss out on the fun and excitement at this great event! The Festival will welcome back national television celebrity James Currie, host of the popular NBC Sports show, Nikon’s Birding Adventures as a keynote speaker. We are also excited to welcome acclaimed birder, Jeffery A. Gordon, current president of the American Birding Association as another keynote speaker. Festival-goers will learn about the charismatic Florida Scrub-jay and the unique Florida scrub habitat. Other specialty field trips will be offered to area preserves and pristine public lands. Unique birding programs will be available by kayak, pontoon boats and seaplanes. For your dining experience, food trucks will be available. With Lake County’s reputation as a premier birding location, it is the goal of this festival to enhance awareness and appreciation of Lake County’s quality of life, and support environmental initiatives on behalf of citizens and visitors alike. We hope you can join us.

Address of 2nd Annual Wings and Wildflower festival

27341 State Road 19
Tavares, Florida, 32778
United States

2nd Annual Wings and Wildflower Dates

The 2nd Annual Wings and Wildflower festival is a 15 day celebration with events starting on October 4, 2013

Top 8 reasons to go to the 2nd Annual Wings and Wildflower festivities

  1. Shopping,
  2. Eating,
  3. Entertainment,
  4. Capt’n
  5. Handmade
  6. Crafts!
  7. fun

2nd Annual Wings and Wildflower celebration Genre

Culture fest

Estimated attendance: 3000

Top 5 words associated with the fest

  1. Birding
  2. Wildflowers
  3. Fun
  4. Education
  5. Entertainment
Vending Options

Yes and vendors are allowed to create and sell custom event products

Website
www.wingsandwildflowers.com

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