Walk on the Wild(life) Side – Birds, Gardening & Permaculture on the Farm

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Walk on the Wild(life) Side – Birds, Gardening & Permaculture on the Farm

  • date: May 6, 2017
  • time: 8:00 am - 9:30 am
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  • Please join us for an early bird view of the 21 Acres farm and the bird communities who live and work with us.  Bring your favorite friend and carpool to the Farm for birdwatching and also to enjoy a trip to the 21 Acres Market for special First Saturday happenings.

    Whether you are new to birding, just curious, or an expert birder, come and enjoy a spring morning and discover the diversity of birds that call our region home.

    Callie Hall from The Eastside Audubon Society and Nick Jennison, permaculture guru for 21 Acres, will lead this discovery of birds and flora on the 21 Acres springtime farm. We will walk and discuss the many ways that birds benefit both human and natural ecosystems, and what challenges they face in the modern world. We will showcase some of the ways that 21 Acres works with the local avifauna to provide habitat and keep gardens healthy, and discuss ways that you can make a difference for local birds in your own backyard.

    The mission of Eastside Audubon is to protect, preserve, and enhance natural ecosystems and our communities for the benefit of birds, other wildlife and people. Bird Friendly Communities is a nationwide campaign encouraging individuals to take steps in their own backyards and communities to restore and protect wildlife habitat in order to protect native bird populations in a growing community.  


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