|Photo by J.J. Meyer|
Come out to the Coastkeeper Garden this Saturday in Orange where I'll be giving a talk about backyard birds.
The 2.5 acre Coastkeeper Garden is adjacent to the Santiago Canyon College campus in the City of Orange. This unique, sustainable garden hosts plants from six southern California native habitats as well as drought-tolerant plants. The Garden incorporates six California Friendly ® vignettes (garden rooms) into “backyard” landscapes that harmonize with the native plant habitat throughout the Garden.
Learn what's going on with our backyard birds in August.
Here's a few of the topics I'll discuss:
- How birds cope with the heat
- Attracting birds with native plants and water features
- Caring for a hummingbird feeder
- The breeding season
- Fall migration
August 01, 2015 at 10am - 12pm
1560 E Santiago Canyon Rd
Orange, CA 92869
The Coastkeeper garden can not be accessed from the Santiago Canyon College campus. The Garden’s vehicle entrance is located on East Santiago Canyon Road between Newport Avenue and Jamboree.
For Detailed directions and parking info, go to : CoastKeeper Garden
(Do not use your phone's GPS, it will lead you the wrong way!)
Hope to see you there!