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Simple Actions to Help Birds

October 27, 2020 @ 4:00 pm - 5:30 pm MDT

Birds are telling us we must act now to ensure our planet can sustain wildlife and people. Kick off the series with Denver Audubon exploring the key ways birds help people, an overview of the pressures threatening even the most common birds, and how we can act now to help birds in our neighborhoods. Presented by Suzy Hiskey, Conservation Coordinator with Denver Audubon.

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Please note this program is hosted by Denver Audubon.


October 27, 2020
4:00 pm - 5:30 pm MDT
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