Presentation on 'Saving Birds Thru Habitat' - April 12 at Noon

by Trudy Galla
Tuesday, March 14, 2017


Presentation on Saving Birds Through Habitat - a presentation by Kay Charter, along with information provided by several local agencies.  This presentation will highlight why there is declining bird and pollinator populations, and what can be done - even in your own backyard!  

FLYER

April 12, at Noon (lasting till about 1:30 pm)

Lower Level of the Leelanau County Government Center

$10 cost, bring your own bag lunch.   Everyone Welcome!

Registration is through the Leelanau Conservation District – 231-256-9783, or klong@leelanaucd.org

A little information from Kay Charter:

“According to the 2016 State of the Birds Report, more than one third of North America’s bird populations are at risk of extinction, including popular families like orioles and warblers.  It is widely known that we are also losing our bees, butterflies and other pollinators.  Join Kay Charter for an engaging presentation about the cause of these declines, and how we can help reverse the trends.   Prior to Charter’s presentation, several agencies will present an overview of what is happening throughout the county regarding habitat issues.”