Lecture: Elizabeth Stein on Planting for Birds and Pollinators

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This month, join us to hear Elizabeth Stein as presents: Planting for Birds and Pollinators.

Join us and learn how to incorporate natives into your gardens to attract more birds and pollinators.

Simply swapping out exotics for native plants as often as possible is an excellent way to support birds and other wildlife. But if you want to take the next step in planting for wildlife, you need to design for them, and that can be done without having to abandon the principles that make gardens pleasing to people, as well. Liz’s lecture addresses the basics of designing and maintaining a beautiful garden that is alive with birdsong, buzzing, and butterflies.

Wednesday, April 10, 7:00pm. Please join us for refreshments at 7:00pm, lecture begins at 7:30pm. Katonah Village Library.

This is a free event made possible by the generosity of the members and donors of the Bedford Audubon Society.

Photo Credit: Butterflies by Holly Ellerbusch.

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