Learn about the fascinating world of Neotropical migratory birds by attending the International Migratory Bird Day Celebration to be held Saturday, May 12, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., at the Moscow City Hall Community Center, 206 E. 3rd Street in Moscow. A variety of activities, demonstrations, field trips and educational materials related to bird conservation will be featured. Highlights include landscaping your property for birds, mist-netting and banding demonstration, bird box building, review of bird books and field guides, birding software demonstration, shade-grown coffee tasting and presentations by the Raptor Rehabilitation Club. Guided field tours include: Benton Meadows to view warblers, sparrows, raptors, and various migrants; Lewiston Wildlife Habitat Area to discuss landscaping for wildlife; and Mann Lake to view shorebirds, waterfowl and a variety of other species. For more information contact Rita Dixon, Idaho Department of Fish and Game, 208-799-5010. Sponsors include Idaho Department of Fish and Game, Latah Soil and Water Conservation District, Natural Resources Conservation Service, Palouse Audubon Society, Canyon Birders, Moscow Food Co-op, Prairie Bloom Nursery, Book People of Moscow, Washington State University Raptor Club and Good Migrations Coffee.