NOFA Organic Land Care credits available | ASLA credits pending $75/session or $140 for both, 2 credit hours/session | $15 lunch
This new two-part course explores how meadows, woods, and the continuum of habitat types can be replicated in gardens and natural areas of all sizes.
Larry will also lead a guided walk of Bedford Audubon’s Leon Levy Native Garden, one of his designs, at Bylane Farm, and the adjacent old field habitat of the James Ramsay Hunt & Mary Welsh Parker Sanctuary.
Register with Janelle Robbins | Limited to 30 for this intimate event email@example.com | 914.232.1999
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Bats are cryptic residents of New York City that most people rarely see. During this talk, Ms. Parkins will describe how this taxonomic group is studied, and what threats exist to our urban bats. She will also present the results of her four years of research on the bats that reside in New York City, including findings on how bats use green roofs for foraging in the city.
Refreshments will be served at 7 pm and the lecture will begin at 7:30 in the Garden Room. No registration is necessary. Please bring a reusable mug to help us reduce our ecological footprint.
Kaitlyn Parkins received her M.S. in Ecology and an Advanced Certificate in Conservation Biology from Fordham University and has a B.S. from McDaniel College. She has also worked for the New York City Audubon, where she studied bird-building collisions and green roof biodiversity.
*The Bedford Audubon chapter covers an area of Eastern Putnam County (Patterson, Carmel, Brewster and Mahopac), and the northeastern section of Westchester County (Yorktown and Somers in the west, North Castle, Bedford, North Salem, Lewisboro and Pound Ridge in the east).