Come get ready for Spring and
Build Your Own Birdhouse
With Sean Ashe
Please Note: The date on this workshop has been changed to Sunday, April23rd
April 23rd, 10am-12pm at the Kenneth A. Brett School
881 Tamworth, Rd., Tamworth, NH
Global Awareness Local Action (G.A.L.A.) is excited to announce the next feature in their 2017 NH Re-skill-ience Workshop Series, hands-on workshops focusing on homesteading, sustainable living, and traditional bushcraft skills. Workshops are designed to help participants develop skills and knowledge that strengthen personal and community resilience. The next workshop, Building Bird Houses with Sean Ashe, takes place on April 1st from 10am-12pm at the Kenneth A. Brett School in Tamworth at 881 Tamworth Rd.
Sean Ashe will not only be instructing on how to build the bird houses, but also sharing which birds will use them and why. Ashe will discuss why building a birdhouse is an impactful gesture in the first place, for they not only bring us joy as we bird watch from our own property, but they can also positively impact the species.
Participants will learn which species require certain birdhouse dimensions and hole sizes, site placement suggestions, general information about backyard bird identification, and specifications for particular species. As an attendee you will learn how to take care of and maintain your hand made bird box, which you will get to take home to mount wherever you would like.
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Sean Ashe is an experienced birder. Birding has been a hobby and profession for him and we are fortunate he is coming to share his knowledge about those beautiful animals who will soon be making our world a little less silent and more alive. Sign up and get your hands in the wood grain! Please come prepared to spend some time outside for a little birding if time permits.
This workshop takes place from 10am-12pm at The Kenneth A. Brett School (881 Tamworth Rd, Tamworth, NH 03886). The cost to participate in the workshop is $22.00. Pre-registration is requested here., or by calling 603-539-6460. ]