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FBMG Lunch and Learn – Houston Audubon Society – What Makes a Bird-Friendly Community? – Members Only

October 26 @ 11:00 am - 12:30 pm

FBMG Lunch and Learn – Houston Audubon Society – What Makes a Bird-Friendly Community?

This meeting is for FBMG Members only

Date: October 26, 2022

Time: 11:00 – lunch, 11:30 – 12:30 pm – presentation.

Lunch: Members are encouraged to bring a soup or a dessert.

Presenter: Amber Leung

What makes a Bird Friendly Community?  Amber Leung of Houston Audubon will share ways of building a healthy habitat that can help BOTH birds and humans thrive.  We will discuss common pit-falls of landscaping and why some trees are much more valuable than others.  We will also take a special look at everyone’s favorite jewels of the air, hummingbirds!
 
Amber Leung is an Environmental Educator and Staff Naturalist for Houston Audubon.   She has been a Texas Master Naturalist since 2015 and even served two terms as the president of the Coastal Prairie Chapter.  She holds certifications in native landscaping and has spent time as an educator and naturalist at Kleb Woods Nature Preserve, and Education Manager of the TWRC Wildlife Center.   Her passion lies in extolling the virtues of ALL parts of a healthy ecosystem, especially the underappreciated ones.  In her own time, she has a penchant for rescuing wayward venomous snakes from neighbors’ homes and giving advice on wildlife and native plants.

Details

Date:
October 26
Time:
11:00 am - 12:30 pm
Event Category:

Venue

Educational Room – The Range
1402 Band Road
Rosenberg, TX United States
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Phone:
281.341.7068
Website:
https://fbmg.org