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Uncover the Wonders of Winter Birding 101 at Savanna Library

birds in the winter at all different kinds of feeders

Bird lovers of all ages are invited to delve into the enchanting world of Winter Birding 101 at the Savanna Library on Tuesday, February 20, starting at 5:00 PM. Hosted by the Carroll County Master Gardeners, this hands-on lesson promises an evening filled with insight, creativity, and a touch of outdoor magic.

Get ready for a unique experience as the Carroll County Master Gardeners share their expertise in a brief but comprehensive lesson on winter feeding practices and the diverse bird breeds that frequent our backyards during the colder months. Participants will gain valuable knowledge about creating a bird-friendly environment right in their own homes.

The highlight of the evening is a delightful crafting session where attendees will have the opportunity to make their very own cookie-cutter birdfeeders. These charming creations serve not only as a testament to your newfound knowledge but also as a thoughtful gift to the feathered residents of your backyard.

Event Details:

  • Title: Winter Birding 101
  • Date: Tuesday, February 20
  • Time: 5:00 PM
  • Location: Savanna Library

Space is limited, so be sure to reserve your spot by calling the Savanna Library at 815-273-3714.

Join us for Winter Birding 101, a captivating event that promises to be both educational and entertaining. Immerse yourself in the beauty of winter birding and discover new ways to connect with the avian wonders that grace our community.

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