Birds of a Feather Flock Together 2022 Recap
Bluegrass musician Buddy Merriam and Back Roads provided live musical accompaniment for this amazing event that also featured honey and BEE education by Beekeeper Fernando of Soft Honey.
CEED’s Biologist and Ranger Eric brought in some live animals including a bearded dragon, tarantula, turtles, and snake for which he shared anecdotes and factual histories.
Art was also a focus of the event and the GSBAS presented a unique Garden Art craft for those in attendance. Local wood carver Mark Kenedy was on hand to share his woodcarving knowledge and the Spirit of Huntington Art Center sponsored a children’s painted bird art project.
The GSBAS would like to thank everyone who donated time and talent for this amazing event.
As we approach the colder months and begin to think about our feathered friends, take some time to consider how your plants and leaves can benefit them until spring. While birds rely on seeds and berries as the dominant food source in the winter months there are many ways to feed them naturally.
Hello my little birding friends! Hope you are all well and enjoying the birds. I’ve had a nice mixture this summer. I know people say you don’t have to feed the birds in the summer but I do.
Hidden beneath the forest floor lies an extraordinary network of interconnected fungal threads known as mycelium.