Date: August 10th, 2019
Time: 10:00 a.m. – 12:00 noon
Where: The Canadian Wildlife Federation, 350 Michael Cowpland Drive
Cost is $15 (+ $1.50 processing fee); children free
Are you curious about helping pollinators or attracting more birds to your garden? Come join CWF education specialist, Sarah Coulber, and horticultural technician, Eleni Scharf, for a wildlife-friendly gardening event to learn about this and much more!
This two hour event includes:
- A guided tour around CWF’s wildlife-friendly demonstration garden, where you will discover many of Canada’s beautiful native plants and different features that support wildlife
- A colourful slide presentation on how to make your outdoor space inviting for birds, butterflies and other important wildlife
- The opportunity to learn how to use iNaturalist.ca, a popular citizen science tool that is helping scientists monitor populations of various species and can help you identify what is in your garden.
- Time to ask questions if you wish to apply for Garden Habitat Certification.
- 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!