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  • Twin Falls Pollinator “Cottage Garden” and “Natives” flats of 32 plants available at The Orton Botanical Garden plant sale
  • Orton Botanical Garden Plant Sales: May (16 – members only), 17, 18 and May 23-25
  • Saturday, May 18th ~ Idaho Dept. of Fish and Game’s 125th Anniversary Celebration ~ Twin Falls City Park ~ 3:00 – 6:00 PM. Family Friendly Activities
  • June 8th FIELD TRIP – Birding by Kayak on Wilson Lake Reservoir
  • June 22nd SOUTH HILLS BIG DAY Bird Survey and Potluck Picnic

April 4th Program Follow-up

At our April 4th Program to talk about how to create a bird-friendly backyard, Ann DeBolt discussed plants that could do well in our area.  Following is her list of suggestions:

By: Idaho Conservation League

Stories of the Snake:
A bird’s-eye view

Featuring an Interview with Pat Weber, PFA’s Conservation Chair
Photo by Ken Miracle

From year-round endemic Cassia Crossbills to waterfowl passing through during the winter, countless bird species can be identified in and around southern Idaho’s Snake River watershed. The steep black basalt canyon walls provide shelter, the water supports plants and a nesting habitat for waterfowl, and the surrounding forests and sagebrush steppe offer sustenance for many species. Hidden amongst the reeds, willows, sagebrush sea, and thick timbered forests, you’ll find birders with binoculars glued to their eyes and spotting scopes in tow. Unlike many other recreational activities along the Snake, birdwatching requires people to slow down, be present, and pay attention to the minute details as they put the visual puzzle pieces together to positively identify the birds before them. Read more here.


Pat Weber, PFA Conservation Chair

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