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Greg Torres on Planting for Birds

Plants and birds have a long history of working together. As an example of mutualism, this development and relationship between plants and birds has had far reaching consequences, encouraging co-evolution that enhanced the survival of both plants and birds. “Planting for Birds” explores some of these relationships, tips how we can grow plants to create ... Read more

Spotted Lanternflies

Dr. Julie Urban has been a member of USDA's Technical Working Group advising USDA and state governments on issues surrounding the invasive Spotted Lanternfly, Lycorma delicatula, since this insect was first detected in the US on Sept. 22, 2014. She will discuss the timeline of this insect's invasion and how its range and impacts have ... Read more

East Fork Lake Christmas Count

The Christmas Bird Count is a tradition begun in 1900. Participants divide into groups to count all the birds they can find in a circle which is 15 miles in diameter, then meet to add up their results. See the National Audubon Society web site for more information on what the Christmas Bird Count is ... Read more