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Landscaping for Birds – A Hungry Hollow SNAP Event

Tuesday, September 22, 2020




Residents of the Hungry Hollow SNAP neighbourhood are invited to join CVC’s Melissa Creasey for a free webinar on how to use native plants to attract local and migrating birds to your yard. Discover the birds that visit your neighbourhood and the native trees and shrubs they love most. Learn what you can do on your property to keep birds safe.

Attendees who live in Credit River Watershed can sign up to receive a free native tree or shrub we’ll deliver and help plant. Do you live in the watershed? Find out here.

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About your host 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 plant gardens.

Contact: Melissa Creasey at or

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