– Landscaping for Wildlife –
Seminar Topic: Landscaping for Birds, Pollinators, and Other Wildlife
Date & Time: March 30, 2:30pm
Learn ways to cultivate habitat for local declining populations of birds, pollinators, and more. In this engaging and informative session, Deb makes a compelling case for how you can “conserve wildlife right where you are” – by providing adequate food, water, and shelter in your gardens, yards, and beyond. Topics include the nuts and bolts of how to build backyard habitat for birds, wild bees, butterflies, and hummingbirds, specifically. Join us on an ecological journey that will leave you feeling inspired and ready to plant for wildlife this season!
Deb is a wildlife ecologist with 25 years of experience in her field, and a lifelong commitment to wildlife conservation. Before settling down in her native Maine, she was a field biologist for many years, conducting fieldwork and wildlife research throughout North America, from the deserts of New Mexico to the remote tundra landscape of the Canadian Arctic. Since 2010, as the sole proprietor of First Light Wildlife Habitats, she has been partnering with landowners throughout Maine to create thriving wildlife habitats in their own backyards, farms, and forestlands. Deb lives with her husband and daughter in Poland Spring, and enjoys being outdoors as much as possible with her family.