Birdscaping – Learn How to Attract Birds to Your Landscape

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2018-06-16 10:30 - 11:30
Not So Hollow Farm
Address: 838369 4th Line East Mulmur, Ontario, L9V 0J7

In this workshop you will learn how to attract birds by providing natural food and habitat. Join Kyle Regeling as he explains the importance of native plant communities and the roles they play in sustaining our local bird population. Please visit our website or call to reserve a spot. Max 20 participants

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