REGISTRATION FOR GEORGIA GROWS NATIVE EVENTS (occurring in September) OPENS JULY 15!
This September, Georgia Audubon will celebrate the fifth annual Georgia Grows Native for Birds Month, a celebration of Georgia’s native plants and the key role they play for birds and other wildlife. The biggest threat to birds in Georgia is habitat loss. As urbanization increases and natural habitats disappear, native plants can go a long way to restoring the habitat birds need. Fortunately, we can provide birds with high quality resources simply through thoughtful landscaping utilizing native plants. We have several events featuring native plants planned for September.
Registration for Georgia Grows Native for Birds Month Events opens for the following events on July 15:
September 10, 2022: Wildlife Sanctuary Tour
September 15, 2022: Reflections from a Bird Bath
September 20, 2022: Creating a Backyard Wildlife Sanctuary
September 22, 2022: Plant ID workshop
September 25, 2022: Birds and the Undiscovered World