Pollinator Potluck: Bird Friendly Landscapes

Audubon Greenwich and the Greenwich Garden Club along with Green Fingers Garden Club and Hortulus present: Pollinator Potluck: Bird Friendly Landscapes on Thursday, Oct. 27, from 6-7:30 p.m., at Audubon Greenwich, 613 Riversville Road.

Audubon Connecticut Director of Bird Conservation, Patrick Comins and Audubon Greenwich Director Michelle Frankel, will talk about the impacts of climate change on birds and how Garden Clubs of America and National Audubon Society have joined forces to help reduce those impacts through bird-friendly landscaping. Highlighting examples of innovative programs from across the country, they will explore what we can do here in Greenwich to help birds in a changing climate.

This event will include a cocktail hour with potluck appetizers, desserts provided by Happiness is… and wine tasting with The Study Fine Wines.

The event is free.

To RSVP and sign up for an appetizer or bottle of wine/water, contact Kim Gregory at 203-918-5254 or [email protected]

American goldfinch

American goldfinch

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