Pollinator Potluck ft. Doug Tallamy: Let's Help Migrating Birds Balance Their Risk Equation

This event is SOLD OUT

Wednesday, January 30, 2019
6:00pm - 7:30pmGreenwich, Connecticut

Location Details

Audubon Center in Greenwich

613 Riversville Road, Greenwich, 06831

Pollinator Potluck ft. Doug Tallamy: Let's Help Migrating Birds Balance Their Risk Equation

January 30, 2019 - Greenwich, CT

This event is STILL HAPPENING despite inclement weather.

RSVPs are SOLD OUT, if you are unable to attend please contact Kim Gregory at staglanefarm@yahoo.com

You can tune in to watch a live stream of this lecture at 7 PM, Wednesday January 30th at https://www.facebook.com/AudubonGreenwich/

Featuring:

Doug Tallamy
- Professor of Wildlife Ecology and Entomology, University of Delaware
- Author of Bringing Nature Home

Creating sustainable habitat in our own backyards has never been easier. Doug Tallamy’s book, Bringing Nature Home, makes this possible for anyone wishing to welcome nature to their home landscape. In this special lecture, you will learn how creating backyard habitat using native plants and trees that suit your surroundings can provide critical support to migrating birds. Some of Doug’s additional accomplishments include co-authoring The Living Landscape with Rick Darke and being awarded the Margaret Douglas medal for conservation from the Garden Club of America.

Desserts provided by Happiness Is... Catering and organic wine tastings provided by The Study Fine Wines & Spirits 

To RSVP and to sign up to bring an appetizer or sparkling water, contact Kim Gregory at 203-918‑5254 or staglanefarm@yahoo.com.

This FREE event is presented by Greenwich Garden Club Pollinator Projects and supported by Green Fingers and Hortulus Conservation Committees.

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