Join the Chattahoochee National Park Conservancy in partnership with Georgia Audubon for
Plants for Birds: Why Native Species are Critical for Conservation
Saturday, March 19
9:30 AM - 11:30 AM
Island Ford Unit
of the Chattahoochee River National Recreation Area (CRNRA)
$5 for Members
$15 for Non-members
Join Georgia Audubon guide Alex LoCastro as she guides you on a walk and points out native plant species and their importance to specific birds.
Since 1970, nearly three billion birds have disappeared from our landscape—roughly one in four individuals. Habitat loss and degradation are two of the leading causes for this decline, leaving fewer options than ever for our birds to nest and obtain the food they need to survive. The solution is native plants, which provide robust food, cover and nesting resources for birds as well as other native organisms. By rebuilding lost habitat and protecting existing ones, we can help reconnect ancient food webs and do our part to restore native bird populations to their former glory.
Please no dogs.
Not recommended for children under 12.
Registration is required
Max 20 participants
This event will take place rain or shine, however it will be rescheduled in the event of severe weather including thunderstorms or flood warnings. Participants will be notified by email the morning of the event (or sooner) should an event need to be rescheduled due to weather.
Please contact Martha.Seabrook@ChattahoocheeParks.org with any questions.
WAIVER, RELEASE AND ASSUMPTION OF RISK
By signing up for an event, trip, workshop, or attending a field trip sponsored by Chattahoochee National Park Conservancy, I acknowledge that these activities can be hazardous and that I could be injured. Read this Waiver closely. I agree that I am voluntarily participating in these activities and assume any risk of physical injury or damage to my property. I hereby release Chattahoochee National Park Conservancy from any and all claims of negligence, injury, damage and/or loss that may arise as a result of my participation. I warrant that I am physically fit and able to participate without undue risk. In addition, I grant Chattahoochee National Park Conservancy, as well as their representatives and employees, the right to take photographs of me and my property during the program and I authorize Chattahoochee National Park Conservancy to use and publish the same in print and/or electronically. I agree that Chattahoochee National Park Conservancy may use such photographs of me with or without my name and for any lawful purpose, including, for example, social media, publicity, illustration, advertising, and web content. This agreement is subject to the laws of the State of Georgia, and I agree that any lawsuit arising from my participation may be brought only in the courts located in Gwinnett County, Georgia.