Livingston Library Community,
Did you know that your backyard is home to wonderful native wildlife? On Monday, May 1st at 7pm, the Livingston Library invites you to join us in the Library’s program room for a lecture on The Joys of Backyard Birding.
During this lecture you will learn both how to identify and how to feed the birds that pay your backyard a visit. You will also learn what feeders and food combinations work the best to attract specific bird types to your yard such as cardinals, blue jays, chickadees and more! Physical examples of feeders and feeder setups will also be displayed during this informative talk. All are welcome and registration is not required for this Friends Funded event.
If this sounds exciting to you, you may also be interested in borrowing the Library’s Bird Watching Kit from the Library of Things. This kit comes complete with binoculars, a handy bird guide, and a carrying case. It’s perfect for both finding and identifying birds at home and on-the-go. You can reserve this kit, as well as browse the other really cool items in the Library of Things, on the Library’s website.
Happy bird watching!
Amy Babcock, Director