Habitat Gardening for Birds and Other Pollinators

Saturday

Feb

27

11 am - 12 pm

The connection between California native plants and local wildlife is both fascinatingly beautiful and extremely important. The relationship is mutually beneficial: while our native flora provides food and shelter for birds and other wildlife, birds help to pollinate and spread the seed of native plants. Learn how to shape your garden into a habitat that is enticing to birds and other pollinators with Chip Grubbs, Horticulturist at CalBG.

Join us virtually on Saturday, February 27 at 11am as we focus on the care requirements for various native trees, shrubs, and wildflowers that attract and support different types of birds. Learning how to incorporate a diverse plant palette in your garden will bring birds and pollinators to your garden year-round.  As you learn how to take care of a variety of plants, you will ensure they have a long, healthy life providing food and shelter for your favorite winged friends. With a little time and effort, you can build healthy plant habitats that help to build healthy bird populations!

Please note this class will meet online through Zoom. 

Pricing:

Members $20 | Public $25


Bird Month is sponsored by: Wild Birds Unlimited Claremont and Pomona Valley Audubon Society

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The connection between California native plants and local wildlife is both fascinatingly beautiful and extremely important. Learn how to shape your garden into a habitat that is enticing to birds and other pollinators with Chip Grubbs, Horticulturist at CalBG. Join us virtually on Saturday, February 27 at 11am as we focus on the care requirements for various native trees, shrubs, and wildflowers that attract and support different types of birds.

Feb 27, 11am-12pm

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