Birds & the Bees: How We Love Them, & Why We Need Them

Immerse yourself in the world of winged creatures through this presentation by local wildlife photographer, Carole Smith Berney. View beautiful photographs of local birds and bees, learn about their habitat, their interdependence with otherĀ  living things, and how we can help to protect them from population decline. Q&A to follow.

Tuesday, May 22nd
7pm, Library Assembly Room

 

Then, this summer, join Carol at Habitat in Belmont for two nature walks. Registration is appreciated!

 

Guided Bird Walk

Saturday, June 9th
9:30am-11am
Habitat Education Center & Wildlife Sanctuary
10 Juniper Rd, Belmont, MA

Register for the walk here

Bee Safari

Saturday, July 14th
9:30am-11am
Habitat Education Center & Wildlife Sanctuary
10 Juniper Rd, Belmont, MA

Register for the walk here

Carole Berney is a wildlife photographer, local advocate, and member of Watertown Friends of Bees, which offers programs related to protecting pollinators and educates the public about the importance of eliminating pesticides and advocating for legislation that can protect the natural world.

This program is supported in part by a grant from the Belmont Cultural Council, a local agency which is supported by the Massachusetts Cultural Council, a state agency.