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Designing, Building and Maintaining a Garden for Birds and Wildlife
event date & location
1:00PM Aust Eastern standard time
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If you have some great experiences to talk about, maybe you have created your own Bird Paradise and want to share your secrets, you can join us in the studio, and be part of the show. Click on the button when we are LIVE
What you’ll Learn
What is a Garden?
How Do you Start?
Meet the panel
Dr Holly Parsons
Manager - Birds In Backyards, Birdlife Australia
Holly is the other Program Co-Manager and has been involved in Birds in Backyards on and off since it began back in 1999. She has always had an interest in birds and ecology which led her to the field of avian urban ecology at University. Holly has gone on to complete her PhD looking at the impact of urbanisation on Superb Fairy-wrens and, while she still loves doing ecological research, she has moved into the environmental education field by managing Birds in Backyards. She gets to use birds as a way of communicating the importance of biodiversity to the broader community. It is a role that she is passionate about and she is keen to keep making Birds in Backyards bigger and better.
Horticulturist & host of Plants Grow Here podcast
The primary host on the Plants Grow Here Podcast and content writer. Currently based in St. Kilda, Melbourne, he has been working in the horticultural maintenance field for 8 years, leading crews for most of this time.
The idea of Plants Grow Here was born from his desire to learn more from people who have specialised knowledge and a passion for what they do.
Horticulturist, Bird Nerd & host of The Bird Emergency
Having been a working horticulturist, in parks management,landscape construction, retail and production and owning a nursery in regional Australia, Grant takes his perspective to know advocating for the policies, funding and action to save the birds of the world in a global biodiversity catastrophe.
Getting underway Monday July 5th 1:00 PM AEST
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