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Blooms, Bees & Birds

Thursday, Oct. 6th • 7:15 PM

Blooms, Bees & Birds
Thursday, October 6th • 7:15 PM
Tyvola Senior Center
Hybrid presentation

Fall is a great time to see migrating birds as they head south. But it’s also the best time to prepare for their return visit in the spring. Yup it’s time to plant!!! You want to make sure there is plenty of food to eat when they come back to your yard in the spring. Some of those plants will provide fruits and seeds while others will attract the insects, they need to feed their offspring.

So, this month Margaret Genkins, Emeritus Master Gardener and SeaDoc’s better half, will provide us with valuable information on the best native plants to attract birds and bees to your yard.

northern mockingbird ©Will Stuart
American goldfinch ©Brad Kuntz

Northern Mockingbird • Winterberry • Will Stuart

This meeting will be a little different as Margaret will be Zooming into the meeting. You can come and join us at the Tyvola Senior Center to socialize and watch Margaret’s presentation. Or you can Zoom in with Margaret. As usual we will send out the Zoom link to members the day before the meeting. Unfortunately, this presentation WILL NOT BE RECORDED.


Refreshments will be available around 6:45. Folks Zooming in will need to join us around 7 PM with the meeting starting at 7:15 PM


If you would like to join us and are not a member, please contact Judy Walker for the Zoom link.

Female American Goldfinch • Thistle • Brad Kuntz


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©Sheri Douse GBBC