SB Audubon: Plant for Birds with Native CA Plants
**Events may have been canceled or postponed. Please contact the venue to confirm the event.
Date & Time
Wed, Nov 18 7:30 PM - 9:00 PM
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.
Scot Pipkin, Director of Education and Engagement at the Santa Barbara Botanic Garden, 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.
Program will be held via Zoom. Details are available on our website here.
Scot Pipkin, Director of Education and Engagement at the Santa Barbara Botanic Garden, has spent his career acquiring and sharing an understanding of the natural world that emphasizes the interconnections that surround us. He has a degree in Geography with an emphasis in biogeography from UCLA along with a degree in Landscape Architecture from the University of Arizona. He has spent countless hours identifying plants/birds/butterflies and anything else that has come his way.