‘Backyard Birding’ examines feeding tools, techniques

  • Monday, March 24, 2014 12:54pm
  • Life

Christie Lassen of Wild Birds Unlimited presents a Nov. 2 program for the Backyard Birding series presented by the Olympic Peninsula Audubon Society.

This class is the second in the series presented by OPAS. All sessions are at the Dungeness River Audubon Center in Railroad Bridge Park from 10 a.m.-noon.

Lassen’s presentation covers general bird feeding, including types of feeders and different feeds for attracting specific birds with an emphasis on over-wintering species. She includes ideas for providing continuing winter water supplies and meeting needs of the Anna’s hummingbird. She addresses specific questions from participants.

The pubic is invited to attend any or all of the eight sessions. For adults aged 18 and older, a $5 fee is payable for each class. After five classes are attended, a free year of membership in OPAS is offered.

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