Thank you for your interest in being part of our 14th Annual Birding Festival. Please fill out this form to register for festival events. If you are registering for more than one person, you will be guided through the process for each person. (Max. 2)
Festival Details: Please visit our official Festival website for tour descriptions and other festival details.http://www.utemountainmesaverdebirdingfestival.com
Registration Fees: There is a registration fee for each person attending tours except for Beginning Birding, Family Outing and Teen Birding.
Full Registration Fee: $65Includes all lectures and keynote banquet. Full Registration Fee paid by March 23rd qualifies participant to a free short-sleeve T-shirt with this year's logo. A long-sleeve shirt is optionally available for an additional $5.
Daily Registration Fee: $15 per day attendingAllows attendee to participate in a tour and lectures on a given day.(Banquet cost is extra. See below.)Lectures only are $5 at the door.
Banquet Fee: $35 reservation fee for Daily Attendees or Banquet only.Cost per person for anyone not paying Full Registration fee.
Questions: If you need any assistance with registering, please contact the Cortez Cultural Center.By Phone: 970-565-1151 x14By Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Saturday, May 128:30 AM - Family Outing: Nature Center at Butler Corner ~ FREE
Saturday, May 12Keynote Speakers: Emily Davenport & Amelia Gazzo ~ "Caring for Pint-Sized Predators"Location: Elks Lodge, 2100 N Dolores Rd
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Saturday, May 12Keynote Speakers: Emily Davenport & Amelia Gazzo ~ "Caring for Pint-Sized Predators"Location: Elks Lodge, 2100 N Dolores RdIncluded with Full Registration
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Included with Full Registration
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The goal of the Cortez Cultural Center is to increase knowledge of and appreciation for the vast archaeological resources of the area; to provide enrichment experiences including lectures, museum exhibits, art displays, and Native American cultural programs; to increase understanding among the cultures of the Four Corners; to stimulate an interest in higher education among our young people; and to contribute to the overall health of community life.
The Cortez Cultural Center is a registered 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, so your donations are tax deductible as allowed by law. Thank you very much for your continued support of the Cortez Cultural Center!
Please Note: You will be given another chance to review itemized charges during the check out process.