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October 17 (Monday) BIRDS AND BIRDING AT CAPE MAY
Pat and Clay Sutton will present this program as part of the October 16-21, 2022, Birding Cape May Road Scholar program (formerly Elderhostel), led by Cape May Bird Observatory leaders. Registration required.
October 17 (Monday) — HAWKS IN FLIGHT
Clay Sutton will present this program as part of the October 16-21, 2022, Birding Cape May Road Scholar program (formerly Elderhostel), led by Cape May Bird Observatory leaders. Registration required.
October 20 (Thursday) — 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. “LEAVE THE LEAVES: How and When to Clean Up the Wildlife Garden,” presented by Pat Sutton for CU Maurice River at their CU Social
This in-person presentation will be centered on leaving the leaves and providing positive winter habitats in your own garden. Pat will share how she step-by-step cleans up her own 45-year old wildlife garden so that overwintering insects survive and repopulate her garden, favored plants thrive and multiply, and unwelcome plants are spotted and dealt with. She’ll share many special wildlife-friendly tips, like sparing sizable and sturdy winter plant stems as native bee nurseries.
The presentation will be held at the Riverfront Renaissance Center for the Arts (RRCA) Building, 22 North High Street, Millville, NJ 08332. Parallel parking is available on High St. or there is a parking lot behind the building which can be accessed from Main St.
Registration for this program is required. All CU Socials are free for CU Maurice River Members and $25.00 per non-member. Click HERE to register for this program or call (856) 300-5331.