Biologist and educator Dennis Paulson will present an illustrated lecture exploring the relationships between birds and native plants on June 3 at the TwispWorks Education Station. The program will run from 1-2:30 p.m.
The free talk, sponsored by the Okanogan County Master Gardener Program, will demonstrate how the plants in your yard can benefit birds, and also how birds can benefit plants.
Former director of the Slater Museum of Natural History at University of Puget Sound, Paulson is an expert on dragonflies and shorebirds. He is author of nine books as well as 90 scientific papers on birds and dragonflies. He has traveled all over the world to study and photograph nature.
For more information contact the WSU Extension office at (509) 422-7245 or email email@example.com.
The Master Gardner Program is part of the Washington State University Extension program in Okanogan County.