Bird Day is the name of several holidays celebrating birds. The first such holiday was established by Charles Almanzo Babcock, the Oil City superintendent of schools, in 1894. ... Babcock intended it to advance bird conservation as a moral value. It is celebrated on May 4 of every year.
National Bird Day – January 5th. Each year, millions of birds are captured from the wild or produced in captivity for commercial profit or human amusement, only to languish in conditions that fail to meet the instinctive behavioral and physical needs of these wild animals.
Babcock founded the day, observed annually on May 4th, to advance bird conservation as a moral value. Other Bird Holidays and known dates of celebration: National Bird Day is celebrated in the United States on January 5 of each year. International Migratory Bird Day is celebrated on the second Saturday in May.