Date: July 13th, 2019
Time: 10:00 a.m. – 12:00 noon
Where: CWF headquarters, 350 Michael Cowpland Drive, Kanata

Cost is $15; children free

Want to bird-watch from your back deck? Curious about helping pollinators? The Canadian Wildlife Federation is giving several garden tours, half-day workshops and a full-day workshop this year. Come join the Canadian Wildlife Federation as we explore the benefits and features of a wildlife-friendly gardening and how to make it a reality in your own outdoor space no matter your property size, budget or schedule! All skill levels are welcome – come to learn and/or share. See 2019 wildlife-friendly gardening events

Participants will receive CWF’s new Wildlife-friendly Gardening Guide – a 20 page colour booklet to support you in making your garden more wildlife-friendly!

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Special Guest/Feature
Rob Longair on solitary wasps

Our special guest is Rob Longair. Rob has worked with insects, in particular wasps, for over 40 years. He has conducted research in Canada, the United States and West Africa and led field courses in Tropical Biodiversity and Conservation Biology in Ghana and Belize. Rob was also a faculty member in the Department of Biological Sciences at University of Calgary for 27 years.

Cost is $15; children free

Watch for more activities at the CWF

Aug 10 – tour +
Aug 24 – workshop at GeesBees
Sept 7 – tour + (with Jessica Forrest)

Details to follow