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Attracting small birds to your garden - Gardens for Wildlife online workshop

Gardens for Wildlife is a free program designed to inspire and encourage you to create habitat in your gardens and open spaces, nature strips, patios or balconies to support local native wildlife 🐦

Seeing small birds visit our gardens is becoming less common but there are changes we can make that will encourage them back. 

The next workshop we are hosting in our Gardens for Wildlife program will discuss challenges faced by small birds in urban areas and different ways you can attract them to visit or nest.

Topics Covered

  • Why small birds are becoming rare in urban environments
  • Threats and potential solutions
  • Habitat elements that small birds like
  • Garden structure for small birds
  • Indigenous plants to consider in a garden
  • Introduction to a sample of small birds
  • The challenge of bully and pest birds – somethings to try
  • Pets – their impact on native fauna and simple strategies to manage them

When: Monday 17 June*, 7pm to 8:30pm
Where: Online - a link will be sent to you before the event
Cost: FREE

*Please note Monday 17 June is the correct, updated date for this event. There will no longer be a workshop held on the originally advertised 13 June.

Image: An Eastern Spine Bill bird - photo by Pauline Reynolds

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Your details

When:

Time:

  • 07:00pm-08:30pm

Location:

Online

Organiser:

Bayside City Council

Price:

Free