Feliciana Hummingbird Celebration

Feliciana Hummingbird Celebration

Saturday,  September 10, 2016



Feliciana Hummingbird Celebration in St. Francisville, La.
"Ruby-thoarted Hummingbirds"- painting by Murrell Butler



Feliciana Hummingbird Celebration
September 10, 2016

 

The Feliciana Nature Society will hold their annual Feliciana Hummingbird Celebration on  Saturday, Sept. 10, 2016, at St. Francisville, Louisiana.  The Feliciana Hummingbird Celebration promotes the unique breeding habitat found in the St. Francisville area.  The event offers an opportunity to observe hummingbirds up close as they are banded at two private homes in the St. Francisville area on Saturday. Hummingbird-friendly plants will also be available for sale.

The festival will be held from 7:00 a.m. until 3:00 p.m. Hummingbird biologists Linda Beall and Nancy Newfield will capture and band birds at two private gardens in the St. Francisville area.  Visitors will have the opportunity to observe hummingbirds up close as they are weighed and measured.  In addition, vendors will be at both homes with hummingbird-attractive plants available for sale.  The gardens include the home of Carlyle Rogillio at 15736 Tunica Trace (Hwy. 66) and Murrell Butler at 9485 Oak Hill Road. 

There is no fee for Saturday, but donations are more than welcomed.
  Come and go as you please.

Maps can be found at the Historical Society Museum on Ferdinand St.or at the St. Francisville Inn at Commerce & Ferdinand Streets, both
in the historic district  You can also print a map from this website, see button on top right of this page.

Phone: 800-488-6502
Phone: 225-635-6502
Fax: 225-635-6421
E-mail: click here
 




 
About FNS
Feliciana Nature Society objectives are to enhance the community's awareness, education and understanding of the many unique natural resources in Felicianas. We are involved in special projects and initiatives which encourage and support research of the area's natural and historic resources, and to stimulate community interest and understanding of the area's nature habitats and land