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Landscaping for Birds – Webinar

Tuesday, May 5, 2020

6:30 p.m. - 8 p.m.



Due to COVID-19, we’re now delivering this workshop as a webinar.

Add beauty and colour to your yard and increase birdsong on your street.

Birds bring colour, music and joy to any yard. Join CVC’s Melissa Creasey to discover the most common and most unique birds in your neighbourhood. Learn how to attract them to your yard as well as what to do to keep them safe. Discover the top native trees and shrubs you can plant to bring more birds to your property.

We’re offering this webinar in partnership with the Toronto and Region Conservation Authority.

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Attendees who live near the Small Arms Inspection Building and residents of the Credit River Watershed can sign up to receive a free native tree or shrub we’ll deliver and help plant. Plantings tentatively scheduled for fall 2020. Do you live in the watershed? Find out here.

About Melissa Creasey

Melissa has her BSc and MSc in Environmental Science with a focus in songbird conservation. As the coordinator for urban landowner outreach at CVC, Melissa develops resources and delivers presentations related to landscaping for birds and pollinators and spends the warmer months of the year planting and maintaining native plants.



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