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Learn to garden for wildlife in Austin!

National Wildlife Federation's Habitat Talks can help you transform your yard into a beautiful garden to attract wildlife. This informative series will provide seasonal wildlife gardening tips that will combine learning and opportunities to get your hands dirty. Classes are free - invite your friends!

Classes are held at Discovery Hill Outdoor Learning Center located at the AISD Science and Health Resource Center.


MAY 23 - It’s Getting Hot Out Here!

(9:30-11am) Join us for the final session of Habitat Talks to celebrate Gardening for Wildlife Month. Learn to take care of your garden and wildlife during the hot summer months. Instructor: Andrea DeLong-Amaya, Director of Horticulture, Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center

For program information, please contact Marya Fowler, Senior Education Manager.

Held at 305 N Bluff Drive. Parking in front of building. Contact Marya at fowler@nwf.org for more information. 

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