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HOW TO MAKE AN URBAN BIRD FEEDER – ONLINE

HOW TO MAKE AN URBAN BIRD FEEDER – ONLINE

Date:
Saturday, March 6, 2021, 10:00am - 11:00am
Location:
Online

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Birds need to eat 365 days a year! Birdseed ornaments are a fun project to make year-round. They are perfect for a backyard bird feeder, as holiday ornaments or gifts for teachers. They are made with ordinary cookie cutters, so you can easily customize your ornaments to suit the occasion. In this live, one-hour Zoom class, you will make your own bird feeder ornaments using unique seeds like black sunflower seeds, nyjer seeds, cracked corn, millet and meal worms. You will also learn about local bird species. Most supplies are included and can be picked up at Gamble Garden (sorry, no delivery offered). Pick up date and time will be emailed to participants at a later time. Recommended for ages 6 and up. Fun for the entire family!

Class fee includes: Live teacher instruction via Zoom & materials to create one birdseed ornament

Student will need to provide: 1 cup water (room temperature), large mixing bowl, spoon, cooking spray

This class will be conducted via Zoom. Join from a PC, Mac, iPad, iPhone or Android device. Please download Zoom and create a free Zoom account ahead of time. Then sign in for the class with a Zoom link that Gamble Garden will provide no later than 24 hours prior to the class.

PRICE: $35

INSTRUCTOR BIO:

Our instructor, Nicole Parish-Andrews, is an environmental educator based in the Pacific Northwest. Nicole has a Master’s in Urban Environmental Education and specializes in hands-on, play-based activities. An educator for over 12 years, Nicole founded Foxberry Education in 2016 to foster a closer connection amongst kids, the urban environment and the natural world. Visit Nicole at https://foxberryeducation.com/.

Online registration is closed.