The annual Grand Isle Migratory Bird Celebration is almost here

HummingbirdNature and bird lovers, pay attention and mark your calendars.

As if the beaches and fishing weren’t enough of an attraction to Grand Isle, LA, there’s the Grand Isle Migratory Bird Celebration.

 

Every year, Grand Isle hosts a beautiful congregation of birds which was started in 1998 as part of an effort to preserve the natural live oak ridges. Sadly, only 10% of the original habitats on the island remain, making this a vital preservation effort.

This year, the celebration will occur on April-21-23.

Birdwatching, island history tours, bird crafts, artwork, prizes and more await attendees.

“The Migratory Bird Celebration is definitely a special event that brings many visitors to Grand Isle,” explains David Kedzierski, owner and realtor at RE/MAX Coastal Realty. “Come and enjoy the celebration, then go hit the beaches and partake in the incredible fishing.”

“Let us know if you have any questions or need assistance finding the perfect place to stay, whether you’re looking for beachfront, Gulf view, or a property with a fishing pier or boat access. There’s something for everyone.

“Call us today at 985-787-3200, or fill out the contact form so someone from our experienced team can get back in touch with you. Of course, you can always start searching the properties yourself. Use the menu up top to start your search. We’re here to answer any questions you may have.”