National Bird Day
While many may not be aware that there is a National Bird Day, those fans of wild birds do know about this unofficial holiday. National Bird Day, celebrated January 5th, is a day to pay homage to the various species of birds in the world today. From migratory birds to captive birds to pretty much any bird found in the animal kingdom, birds are truly beautiful animals that regularly astound us with their grace and power of flight.
Bird lovers rejoice come January 5th. National Bird Day is their chance to truly show their avian awareness and talk about their knowledge of, well, birds.
So Many Beautiful Species of Birds
Historically, birds have been heralded for their beauty and their magnificent ability to fly. After all, humans tried for centuries to recreate this ability to fly until eventually inventing the airplane. You could say, the birds were our inspiration. On National Bird Day, what will you do to give some attention to birds?
Host a Care of Birds Event
Did you know that in certain parts of North America, Central and South America as well as Europe and Asia, there are bird species that are in danger of extinction? Particularly when it comes to exotic birds. Helping to raise public awareness about these species’ plight can be a great way to commemorate National Bird Day. Design Wizard can help. With poster templates, fliers and invitation designs, we have your Bird Awareness materials ready to go!
Step 1: Scroll through our library and choose the perfect template We offer designs featuring a picture of birds or how about one that addresses the welfare of birds? Whichever design you choose, you get to make it your own.
Step 2: Customize and personalize your ‘wonders of birds’ poster or flier. You can change the color, adjust the layout, swap out the background. Pretty much anything you want to do to your conservation initiative template, we make it possible!
Step 3: Save and download your final design. And that is all there is to it. No design experience required—even a novice can create an amazing project geared toward acknowledging bird holidays or events.
A Serious Cause: The Exotic Bird Problem
National Bird Day is also about raising awareness where birds are concerned. There is a pet trade for example, that harms animals in the name of selling birds for profit. Thousands of parrots are debilitated in this illegal trade. This destructive bird trade needs to be stopped. There are also cruel bird breeding mills. This is why National Bird Day is gaining in importance—so that we can help these delicate animals and thus prevent the suffering of birds.