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Songbirds of the Northeast


Monday, March 30, 2020
7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Community Room

Enjoy a lively talk about the birds of the Northeast. John Root will share photographs and recordings of our region’s songbirds. Why do these birds sing? Root will the role of song in these birds' lives. You will also learn about their diet, social behavior, and other ways songbirds have adapted to their environment. Root will provide tips on how to develop habitats to attract songbirds to your yard.

Questions and comments are welcome throughout the presentation.

About The Presenter

In addition to his work as a landscaper, John Root leads edible wild plant walks and lectures on a variety of landscaping and nature topics at libraries, nature centers, senior centers, and other venues throughout New England. He also promotes pollinator habitat through his participation in the Western Massachusetts Pollinator Network and is active in establishing community orchards for local food resilience as a member of Grow Food Amherst and Help Yourself Northampton.

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