Audubon Talk on Bird-Friendly Plants May 21

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Pollinator Pathway Stamford and Harry Bennett Library are proud to present Jillian Bell, Audubon CT-NY, for a presentation on bird-friendly plants for your home landscape. Jillian will provide an in-depth look at the things we can do to make outdoor spaces safe and inviting for both year-round and migrating birds.


Jillian Bell is Audubon CT-NY's Bird Friendly Communities (BFC) Program Coordinator. She works with community groups and a suite of program partners to restore native habitat, connect people with nature, and inspire stewardship as well as the next generation of environmental leaders. Jillian has supported over 30 schools in Connecticut in their efforts to green their schoolyards by creating native plant habitats on school grounds. Jillian also delivers professional development workshops to teaching staff to support them in taking students outside and integrating their curriculum with the natural world right outside their doors.


Audubon Bird-friendly Plants Talk to be held Saturday, May 21, 2022, 12:30-1:30pm Harry Bennett Branch Library. Free seed packets will be handed out.