Date - March 02, 2018
12:30 am - 2:00 am
Bluebirds – Biology and ConservationSpeaker: Betsy Nutt
Presentation on the biology of bluebirds and the habitat necessary for attracting them and conserving them.
Betsy Nutt is a member of the speakers’ bureau of the Bluebird Society of Pennsylvania and is Penn State Master Gardener volunteer. Many generations of Betsy’s family have been involved with bird study and conservation. Her eldest son is a Master falconer. She and her husband have always loved bluebirds and have established a bluebird trail on their small farm in Blue Bell. There they raise Romney sheep, have an orchard, many kinds of berries, a vegetable garden that sustains them for the year with frozen produce, and perennial flower gardens throughout the property. With an emphasis on the importance of native plants, Betsy is delighted to share with us her love for her birds and gardens. Her presentation will discuss the biology of bluebirds and the habitat necessary for attracting them and conserving them.
Meeting will be held in BEES classroom.
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