Friday Environment Forum- Birdscaping Our Gardens

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Noosa Parks Association

5 Wallace Drive

#1

Noosaville, QLD 4566

Australia

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The number of tickets sold for this event has met COVID attendance restrictions. The next forum will be on February 26th and the link for registration will be on https://noosaparks.org.au/friday-environment-forum/ on February 15th and in the Friday Environment Forum Newsletter. If you do not receive the FEF newsletter, please go to https://noosaparks.org.au/friday-environment-forum/ and sign up for the newsletter at the bottom of the page. Thank you for your interest!
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Come and learn about the importance of creating a garden for birds and other wildlife from avid birder and horticulturalist Steve Popple!

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Did you know that gardens play an important role in bird conservation? As urbanization increases on the Sunshine Coast your garden can contribute to maintaining bird diversity whilst also bringing joy to your day as you share your life with our feathered friends. A well landscaped garden will also support a community of native wildlife including insects, amphibians, mammals and reptiles.

Steve Popple is an avid birder and horticulturist who has a wealth of experience in creating and enhancing habitats for birds. Steve will share the key elements that will ensure that your garden can attract a diversity of birds throughout the year plus which bird attracting plant species are particularly suited for gardens of all sizes on the Sunshine Coast. Establishing a bird-attracting garden has its trials and tribulations and this practical presentation will help you avoid some of the common mistakes and inspire you to dig for birds.

Come along and catch up with like-minded people and enjoy an informative morning.

The forum will be at the Environment Centre for limited numbers owing to COVID restrictions. To come to the EC, it is essential to pre-register . Entry is $5 by ‘tap & go' at the door.

Safety procedures

Sanitising hands and the maintenance of social distance will be required. Sanitiser will be available.

Entry is $5 by ‘tap & go’ only. This includes morning tea/coffee and biscuits.

Bring your own cup and maintain social distance while waiting to be served. Morning tea will be available from 10am – 10.25am.

No entry to kitchen except for rostered volunteers on duty.

Take drinks to outdoor area before the forum commences.

Please be seated in the Arthur Harrold room before 10.30am so we can start promptly.

Seats will be spaced for social distancing.

All COVID-19 protocols will be followed. Please stay at home if unwell or have a cough, fever, sore throat, fatigue or shortness of breath. If you cannot attend please email lyngraham801@hotmail.com.


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Noosa Parks Association

5 Wallace Drive

#1

Noosaville, QLD 4566

Australia

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