Encourage “winged wonders” to your garden… all year ’round!
A BIRD’S EYE VIEW: A FREE ONLINE CLASS (great for kids too!)
Thursday, March 18, 2021
Held ONLINE via Microsoft TEAMS LIVE EVENT*
About The Class
The wonder and delight of birds visiting your back yard can be one of the easiest ways to engage children in the joys of gardening. This family-friendly class will teach you everything you need to know about attracting feathered friends to your garden—including fun facts about songbirds and hummingbirds, all sorts of tips for creating safe habitat, as well as recommendations for specific plants and garden features that will bring birds into your yard every month of the year.
Email Registration Required
This Savvy Gardener class is being held online using the free Microsoft TEAMS platform. To register, you must provide your name and email address to email@example.com so we can send you a link to join the class.
*About Microsoft Teams
Joining this free class on Microsoft Teams is easy. You will receive an email with the class link about a week before the class.
Using a desktop computer, laptop, tablet or phone, click the TEAMS MEETING link just before the class start time (we will open the class at 6:15 pm to allow for any last minute technical adjustments).
You will be able to see and hear the presenter and her slide show, and you can ask questions through the Q & A feature. Attendees will not be able to share audio or video.
Emily Bishton is a landscape designer and educator who has designed sustainable landscapes throughout the Seattle area since 1997. She specializes in wildlife-friendly and child-friendly gardens, edible landscapes, and in teaching clients how to use organic practices to install and maintain their gardens.
Her public landscape projects have included the Magnuson Community Center Bird-Friendly Landscape and Resource Conservation Landscape, the Orca at Whitworth School Garden, and Bradner Gardens Park Winter Interest Garden.
Emily is also the Director and Lead Instructor for Magnuson Nature Programs, which provides hands-on outdoor gardening and nature education for children, adults, and families.