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Grosbeaks Galore: Birds on Your Landscape Workshop

Learn how you can help migratory birds

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Rose-breasted grosbeak. Photo by Ryan Brady.


When: Saturday, May 9th, 2015

Where: Woodland Dunes Nature Center, Two Rivers, WI

Fee: $20 which includes, bird breakfast, lunch, excellent speakers, indoor program, outdoor activities and door prizes. Register online here.


Learn how to make a small investment that will pay off BIG for migratory birds! 

  • What do birds need for food, shelter, roosting? Tips for rural property or city backyard
  • Native trees -- how to plant and care for them
  • How to eliminate hazards to birds on your property
  • Why the Great Lakes are important for migration
  • Migratory birds in fall, winter, spring -- where do they go and what do they need?
  • How to use natives plants to attract and sustain migratory songbirds and the insects they feed on

For more information about the workshop, including the schedule, a list of speakers and lodging visit the Grosbeaks Galore website.


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