Wild About Bluebirds
Saturday, February 13, 2021
10:00am – 1:00pm
-up to 2 people per registration
-one (1) bluebird nest box kit
-limit 40 registrations
Prepare the way for this spring’s bluebirds with a brand new nest box. Hike the bluebird nestbox trail at Owl’s Hill and learn how this simple, but critical research project helped bring the Eastern bluebird from a threatened species to showing population increase. Your group will build its own bluebird nestbox in preparation of spring and learn how to find the perfect spot for you to mount it in your yard.
To protect the wildlife, pets are not permitted at the Nature Sanctuary.
FOR EVERYONE’S SAFETY:
Please DO NOT sign-up if you are sick, do not feel well, or were recently exposed to someone with COVID-19.
Please DO practice social distancing while on-site. Maintain at least six feet of separation between you and others.
Restrooms. Our outdoor portable toilets each have hand sanitizers inside and we’ve added an outside hand washing station.
Face Covering. All visitors (ages 12+) must bring and wear a face covering when unable to maintain social distancing around others outside their household.
Please bring extra water. We will not have a communal water cooler.
Insect repellant and sunscreen is recommended (depending on the season).
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