Great Backyard Bird Count – Each February citizen scientists come together to collect data about wild birds from across the globe.
Walk in the Park Day – Celebrate a walk in the park on March 30 and every day with these virtual walks and resources for Take A Walk in the Park Day!
National Garden Month – National Gardening Week was observed yearly in April until 2002 when the entire month of April was dedicated to “all things gardening”.
Golfer’s Day – Golfer’s Day is celebrated every year on April 10 to celebrate not just the game of golf but also the people who play and enjoy it.
American Wetlands Month – May is American Wetlands Month—a time to celebrate one of nature’s most productive ecosystems!
National Ocean Month – National Oceans Month is celebrated each year in June and it’s time to honor the element that is essential to the planet Earth.
National Camping Month – Camping is one of America’s favorite outdoor activities and National Camping Month is observed in June every year.
National Zoo & Aquarium Month – National Zoo and Aquarium Month is celebrated annually in June to honor the role that zoos and aquariums play in the conservation and research of animal and fish species.
World Bicycle Day – World Bicycle Day recognizes “the uniqueness, longevity and versatility of the bicycle, which has been in use for two centuries, and that it is a simple, affordable, reliable, clean and environmentally fit sustainable means of transport.
International Surfing Day – On International Surfing Day, June 18th, we come together and take a moment to celebrate the waves and beaches that we all love.
National Go Fishing Day – Observed annually on June 18, National Go Fishing Day is a great day to take time from your daily routine.
Summer Solstice – The summer solstice occurs at the moment the earth’s tilt toward the sun is at a maximum on June 21.
National Meteor Watch Day – Celebrate National Meteor Watch Day on June 30 by finding out as much as you can about the phenomenon and the impact it leaves on Earth.
Clean Beach Week – An initiative established by The Clean Beaches Coalition, Clean Beaches week is celebrated annually from July 1st – July 7th.
Take Your Pants for a Walk Day – Celebrate on July 27 by taking a short walk any time during the day.
National Lighthouse Day – On National Lighthouse Day, August 7, we celebrate how these scenic, historic structures comforted travelers throughout the centuries.
National Roller Coaster Day – On National Roller Coaster Day, August 16, take a ride on one and get a thrill a minute!
Beach Day – This August 30th holiday raises our awareness of the beauty of beaches while also calling attention to keeping them clean and safe.
Collecting Rocks Day – Collect Rocks Day is on September 16 and the perfect time to learn more about rocks and minerals.
Observe the Moon Night – The public is invited to participate in NASA’s celebration of “International Observe the Moon Night” on Saturday, Oct. 1.
Get Outdoors Week – Get Outdoors Week is observed from November 12 to 20 and the perfect opportunity to enjoy the great outdoors!
Christmas Lights Day – Time to deck the halls, folks, because December 1 is National Christmas Lights Day!
Winter Solstice – In 2022 the winter solstice will occur on Wednesday 21 December. Discover how the day is celebrated across the globe.
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