Join the Parks and Recreation Environmental Education team at the Boy Scout Cabin in Ewing Park on Saturday, November 17 starting at 10:00 AM to learn about birdfeeders, take a hike to find birds in the area and then build your own birdfeeder to take home with you.
This program is for all ages, but anyone under 12 years old is required to have an adult with them. We will start the program inside talking about different birdfeeders and kinds of birdfeed that you can use to attract birds to your own home. Second, we will take about a 30-minute easy walk on the trail to find birds that live in Ewing Park. The final step of the program will be when you will put together a nice cedar feeder that you can use to attract birds to your own home or even use it as a gift for someone special to you.
Registration is limited to the first 20 people that would like to build a birdfeeder and can be done at www.dmparks.org. The fee is $10 for each birdfeeder built. If you are interested in the program, but do not wish to build a feeder, feel free to join us and there is no fee.