WORKSHOPS, SEMINARS & EVENTS

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UPCOMING WORKSHOPS, SEMINARS & EVENTS 

Join us for our make & take workshops, informational seminars, and special events that will inspire, educate, and entertain you. Check this page often as we are always adding new events.

Date/Time
01/25/20
10:00 am - 11:00 am

Attracting & Photographing Songbirds
Attracting & Photographing Songbirds

Sorry, this event has been canceled.

 

Cost: $5.00

(You will receive a coupon for $5.00 off any wild bird product)

 

The first half of the class our speaker will share proven tips and tricks on how to attract colorful songbirds to your yard. You will learn the most common mistake made when purchasing birdseed and what you can to do to help our feathered friends survive the winter months. We will also discuss what you can do to deter squirrels from your feeders. The second half of the class, Hidden Valley Lake resident and photographer Doug Gabbard will provide information on how to take great wild bird photography.

 

Reservation Deadline: January 23rd. Reservations accepted by submitting the online form with payment.

 

Registration Policy: If this event reaches capacity before the registration deadline we will have to close registration. Once you complete your online registration you will receive an email confirming that your registration was successful. If you do not receive this email, please call us at 812-537-3800 and we will take your registration over the phone.

 

Cancellation Policy: Event fees are non-refundable. However, if you need to cancel your reservation you can pick up your $5.00 coupon or transfer your registration to someone else.


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Bookings are closed for this event.

Date/Time
03/21/20
10:00 am - 11:00 am

Helping Species Survive With Micro-habitats
Helping Species Survive With Micro-habitats

Cost: Free

 

All ages are welcome.

 

Jon Seymour, President of Oxbow, Inc. (a local land trust protecting 1600 acres at the mouth of the Great Miami River), will present a talk on microhabitats and how they relate to large habitat areas.  He will show how microhabitats go together to make large (macro-) habitats and how these microhabitats help species survive.  We all can create microhabitats for nature where we live and work.  If we create enough microhabitats they could act as a macrohabitat for some species and help enhance the chances of some species surviving and flourishing.

 

Reservation Deadline: March 18th. Reservations accepted by submitting the online form.

 

Registration Policy: If this event reaches capacity before the registration deadline we will have to close registration. Once you complete your online registration you will receive an email confirming that your registration was successful. If you do not receive this email, please call us at 812-537-3800 and we will take your registration over the phone.


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