BUILD YOUR OWN BIRDHOUSE WITH KATHERINE EDMONDS
Materials fee: $15
Students bring: All materials and safety equipment will be provided. Please wear close fitting clothes, close toed shoes and tie up long hair. You may bring your own eye and ear protection if you wish
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Saturday, August 12th
1 - 4pm (3 hours)
Students will learn to make a bluebird house out of cedar. They will leave the class with an understanding of how to follow build plans, material choice, wood, nails, glue, and the use of tools, drill, jig saw and hammer. Bluebirds are cavity-nesting species, and they need shelter for protection from weather and predators, and to safely hatch eggs, more aggressive species can easily drive bluebirds out of prime nesting spaces. Students will take home a birdhouse to help attract bluebird tenants in their yard.
Age Requirement: This class is for adults and youth 12-17 and up if their parent or guardian is also registered for the class.
Location: Greenbelt Land Trust's Bald Hill Farm