8715Native Nurseries, 2 free programs this Sat., Jan. 18
- Jan 14, 2014
It’s time to save on quality birdseed and, through your purchase, support the Tallahassee Museum. Purchase your seed during this week and a portion of seed sales benefits the Tallahassee Museum. (Jan 17-23, Birdseed 15% off). We are having two events in conjunction with the Birdseed Benefit:
BACK YARD BIRDS Saturday January 18th 10am Free
Jody Walthall is combining two of his most popular classes into one for this special session. Learn how to attract more and varied birds to your feeders, how to squirrel-proof your feeder and what birds you are likely to attract this winter. In addition, he will teach you how to create a bird garden that goes a step beyond a mere feeding station, one that is both aesthetically pleasing and good for the birds.
WILDLIFE ENCOUNTERS w/ ST. FRANCIS WILDLIFE & TALLAHASSEE MUSEUM Saturday January 18th 2 – 4pm
Bring the children and visit anytime between 2 and 4pm for a close-up encounter with hawks, owls and other wildlife. Native Nurseries’ resident rat snake, Checkers, will also make an appearance. Hot cider will be served. Children can make pinecone/suet feeders and Donna and Elizabeth will present several showings of their puppet show, The Wide-Mouthed Frog (from Okefenokee Swamp).
1661 Centerville Rd., Tallahassee