Many people enjoy feeding wild birds. Putting up tubes full of sunflower seeds or trays of mealworms is not the only way to attract birds. Planting native perennials, shrubs and trees can provide long lasting habitat improvements for the birds while enhancing your landscape too. See examples and learn how to get started Gardening for the Birds.
Ruth Droescher, UNH Extension Master Gardener
$10 for NH Audubon members and UNH Ext Master Gardeners
$15 for non-members
Registration Required by March 26, 2023
This presentation will take place both indoors and outdoors, rain or shine. Dress for the weather, with waterproof footwear recommended for primarily grassy, flat but uneven terrain.
For accessibility requests, please contact Massabesic Center Director, Kimmie Whiteman, at [email protected].
This program is brought to you through an ongoing partnership between New Hampshire Audubon and University of New Hampshire Extension’s Master Gardener Program. The Demonstration Gardens at NH Audubon’s Massabesic Center provide a place for sharing best practices in eco-friendly home and community gardening, to benefit human health and well-being, and wildlife habitat.
Photo: American Goldfinch on Cardinal Flower in the Massabesic Center Demonstration Gardens, by Walter Keane.