- Author: Loren Nelson
It's springtime and the birds are singing!
The topic this week on In the Garden with UC Master Gardeners is Bird Friendly Gardens.
This week, your host, the wonderful Ann Liu will chat with two leaders of education at the Sea and Sage Audubon Society. Trude Hurd is the Project Director of Education and Carolyn Noble is the Education Chair and Board Member. The Sea and Sage Audubon Society is based in the San Joaquin Wildlife Sanctuary across the road from the UCI off Michelson (Riparian View Road).
They maintain a 6600 sq. ft. demonstration Pollinator's Garden which benefits hummingbirds and native bees. The focus of today's conversation will be how you, the home gardener, can maintain a safe environment for birds as they feed and nest, and what are the best varieties of plants (mostly natives) that attract local birds to eat and create their homes in your garden! Find out more about the Society and their resources at their website www.seaandsageaudubon.org
Podcast Topic: Bird Friendly Gardens
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