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Webinar - Why Native Plants Matter to Songbirds and the Food they Eat
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Webinar - Why Native Plants Matter to Songbirds and the Food they Eat

9/11/2019

When: September 11, 2019
7:00 - 8:00 pm
Where: WEBINAR
  
United States
Contact:
Penny Lewis

Phone: 617-436-5838

Details

Residential landscapes and gardening practices can have a positive (or negative) impact on wildlife. In this webinar, Dr. Desiree Narango will speak about her research studying plant and wildlife interactions. The talk will focus on her recent work comparing the contributions of native and non-native plants to food webs by studying breeding birds in Washington D.C. suburban yards. In addition, she will talk about the relationships between plants and insects, why insects matter to birds, and steps you can take in your landscape designs or in your own yards to improve habitat for wildlife. Dr. Narango will also share resources to find more information about nature-friendly gardening and participating in community-driven science.

Sponsored by: Ecological Landscape Alliance (ELA) - The Ecological Landscape Alliance has been a leader in promoting sustainable approaches to landscape design, construction, and management. ELA’s commitment to innovative ideas and evidence-based practices has made the organization both a trusted resource and a vibrant community of landscape professionals and devoted gardeners.

Qualifies for 1 PCH or SLC CEU

For more information and to register click here: Why Native Plants Matter to Songbirds

 
 

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