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Joint program with Audubon Society of Ohio

November 18 @ 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm


Because nearly 85% of the U.S. is privately owned, our private properties are an opportunity for long-term conservation if we design them to meet the needs of the life around us.

Native Plants are for the Birds the story of a garden with Nan & Mark Plunkett

According to recent studies, residential yards are one of the most undervalued and overlooked ecosystems. This is ironic as privately owned residential landscapes account for as much as half of the green space in urban areas. With the right knowledge, homeowners can make a real difference in response to the challenges of habitat destruction and biodiversity loss. Urban and suburban gardens greatly impact both the richness and abundance of birds in our neighborhoods. Much of that impact is related to the specific plant species provided in our gardens. This is true (though in different ways) for both resident and migrating birds. The Plunkett’s will share their own experience of managing their residential landscape in a way that best supports the birds that are drawn to it.


November 18
7:00 pm - 8:30 pm


Greater Cincinnati Wild Ones
Audubon Society of Ohio


Winton Woods Visitor Center
10245 Winton Road
Cincinnati, OH 45231 United States
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