Lecture, Horticulture & Gardening

Creating Habitat for Birds with California’s Native Plants

Scot Pipkin
January 25, 2023
5:30PM - 6:30PM

Plants are the foundation of most ecosystems on earth. If we want to create rich, diverse, and resilient habitats in our yards and communities, we have to start with the appropriate plants. In this program, we will explore the importance of native plants to our local birds as sources of food, roosting, nesting, and more. We’ll take a closer look at your habitat goals and identify specific California native plants that can help you maintain bird friendly habitat year-round.

About Scot Pipkin, Director of Education:

Scot Pipkin was born and raised in San Diego, California. After attending UCLA and receiving a degree in Geography with an emphasis in bio-geography, he has spent his career acquiring and sharing an understanding of the natural world that emphasizes the interconnections that surround us.


Garden Members: $5

General Public: $10

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