Wildlife Education Day 2016: 25th Anniversay
Joint-sponsored by SCVAS and the City of Cupertino, Wildlife Education Day has become one of the premier festivals in the Bay Area where hundreds of families come together to celebrate and learn about birds, nature, ecology, and wildlife. Over a dozen nature-oriented organizations will provide live animals demonstrations, educational presentations, free hands-on activities, early morning bird walk, nestbox and bird feeder construction, and more.
This event is free! (Note: if you choose to build a nestbox, there is a small fee to offset the cost of supplies.)
October 22, 2016
10 AM to 3 PM
Blackberry Farm (get map or driving directions)
21979 San Fernando Ave, Cupertino, CA 95014
Wildlife Education Day Logo Contest
Young artists in grades preschool through twelve can participate in this yearly art contest to develop a logo for Wildlife Education Day. All artwork features native California wildlife. The winning logo will be printed and displayed on event flyers, posters, T-shirts, and used in other promotions.
Find out how to participate in the 2016 Logo Contest.
2015 Winners! Congratulations to our Wildlife Education Day Logo Contest winners. See their creative winning artwork (PDF)!
||Great Horned Owl at Night
||Grizzly bear in a pine forest
||Hermes Copper Butterfly
|Certificate of Merit for Artistic Excellance
||Coastal Tailed Frog
||Pygmy Nuthatch brings food to nest
||California Wetland Scene
||Anna's Hummingbird and California Fuscias
||Bears at Play
Morning Bird Walk (prior sign-up needed)
"Early Birds" can join a guided shorebird walk 8:00 to 9:45 AM in Charleston Slough in Mountain View. Following the walk, participants can drive to the Wildlife Education Day festivities.
Prior sign-up is required for this walk.
Help Publicize Wildlife Education Day
Help distribute our Wildlife Education Day flyer. This flyer proudly displays the first place Wildlife Education Day Logo Contest winner's artwork.
Wildlife Education Day
How to become an Exhibitor
We welcome participation of environmental and wildlife organizations as exhibitors or presenters. Simply use our online form to sign-up. Additional information is contained on the form and more will be provided after sign-up. Please note that we have limited space and can only accept organizations on a first-come-first-served basis. Please contact our Education and Outreach Director, firstname.lastname@example.org or (408) 252-3740 if you need additional information.
Location and Parking
Wildlife Education Day festivities are located at Blackberry Farm (get map or driving directions) located near our headquarters in McClellan Ranch Preserve, all located in Cupertino. Blackberry Farm has not only been recently upgraded, but, with our advice, has also restored to improve the natural habitat for native trees, animals, and fish. There is onsite parking at Blackberry Farm.
Updated June 2016