Inviting Birds into Your Backyard: The Magic of Water | In-person class
February 25, 2023 @ 10:00 am - 12:00 pm
Water is a basic need for all wildlife, especially birds. Offering water is a great way to attract birds to your backyard, particularly for species that eat only insects and may not be attracted to bird feeders.
In this class, birding expert Herb Lewis will illustrate several design techniques for adding water features into your landscape to attract many bird species. Since 2004, Herb has been integrating water features into his backyard, and he illustrates his presentation with these successful examples from his own experience. You will leave this class with an abundance of ideas on how you can use water to create a bird habitat in your own landscape!
Additional Information: This class will take place in person at the Huntsville Botanical Garden. All registrants will be contacted with the exact location of the class in advance.
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About Herb Lewis:
Since retiring in 2004, Herb Lewis has dedicated himself to landscaping, birding, and photography. Over the past 18 years, he has channeled his knowledge and experience into creating a natural wildlife habitat within his own backyard garden to attract resident and migrating birds. Herb's birding interest has expanded into establishing the Lewis Birding Trail and Lewis Bird Watch at the Huntsville Botanical Garden and participating in the development of the Bird Blind and water feature at the Chapman Mountain Nature Preserve.
Herb’s website: www.creativebirding.com