Saturday, April 13th from 1:00 PM- 4:00 PM
Location: Santa Fe Botanical Garden, 715 Camino Lejo, Santa Fe, NM 87505
Cost: Member $50; Not-yet-member $55
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Would you like to create a habitat for the beautiful blue birds that make their homes in Santa Fe? In this class, we will make blue bird houses that have a unique Santa Fe style and will attract the three species of blue birds that come through the Santa Fe area – Western, Mountain and Eastern Blue Birds. We will make nesting boxes that you can put in your yard or property. We will also take a short walk to view ideal placement locations that will insure nest box occupation. A short presentation of the range, habitat, native plants and conditions that blue birds need will be included as well as the opportunity to become involved in a Citizen Science project- Nestwatch.
About your Instructor, Jeff Depew: Jeff brings a great deal of experience to this class focusing on bluebird habitats. Able to wear many hats, Jeff provides biology, ecology, environmental sustainability, and teaching experience to any educational opportunity he provides. Jeff has designed, taught, and directed field science programs, natural history and interdisciplinary ecology classes, and science programs for students at Missouri Botanical Garden and has acquired a wealth of research and field experience throughout the world.