3/2 at 6 pm – Native Plants that Feed Birds, Moths, and Butterflies by Julie O’Donald

PLEASE NOTE THAT THE MEETING IS AT 6 PM

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Community Wildlife Habitat Steward, Julie O’Donald will give an overview of landscapes and native plants that create beautiful gardens for people, birds and wildlife.  Julie is the team leader for the Brier Wildlife Habitat Project, a community wildlife habitat in Snohomish County.

Please join us for our  program night with Julie, as we delve into the fascinating world of creating garden habitat. Julie will emphasize the best native plants for gardens and elements that create and sustain habitat. Photos of birds with their food plants and their relationship with Lepidoptera, will show how to bring nature home to any size property.

Julie has been actively involved in community education and outreach for the  Pilchuck Audubon Society,  Kruckeberg Botanic Garden,  the Washington Native Plant Society and the Adopt-a-Stream Foundation.  In addition, Julie’s personal certified wildlife habitat garden contains over 200 species of native plants and has been successfully attracting birds, butterflies and pollinators for more than 25 years. It has been featured in Pacific Horticulture, The Butterfly Gardener, Bird Watching Magazine and Sunset publications.

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