Creating a Bird Friendly Habitat Workshop • Shawnee County
Saturday, Apr 5th, 2014 @ 1-3pm
Mulvane Art Museum • 17th & Jewell • Topeka, KS • Map
Enroll in this workshop to learn all about creating a bird friendly habitat in your own yard.
Birds require four things to survive and prosper: food, water, shelter, and nesting sites. By providing all four in our landscapes we can attract birds to our properties. We will learn some of the native plants that will provide food and shelter for birds, various bird feeder options, providing water in various forms, and natural and artificial nesting options. Time will be provided to begin planning your own backyard habitat.
$25 for Mulvane members, members of the Topeka Audubon Society & members of the Kansas Native Plant Society; $30 non-members. Class size is limited to 12. Taught by Jeff Hansen of the Topeka Audubon Society & Kansas Native Plant Society
Contact: Jane Hanni firstname.lastname@example.org (785) 670-2422
More Info: Mulvane Art Museum Spring ClassesSponsor: Mulvane Art Museum
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