MAY 19, 2019
The Las Vegas valley offers an abundance of beautiful places for people to see many species of birds and enjoy being out in nature. From large national conservation areas down to small municipal parks, wildlife can be found everywhere. However, we live in a basically urban environment that has supplanted the natural habitat, making survival more difficult for birds.
Many Red Rock Audubon members advocate for birds by creating habitats in their own yards. Their plants provide seeds and nectar for birds and attract insects which are also an important source of nutrition. They designed elements of their yards to provide water and shelter, too.
Five of our members have generously agreed to invite you into their yards to see what they have done to support wildlife. See which native plants and desert plants these gardeners have chosen. Find out what has worked and, just as important, what has not worked. Get some ideas for your own little patch of
Gardens will be open for your viewing from 9:00 am to 12:00 noon on May 19th.
You are welcome to visit as many of the yards as you can in that time.
The cost is $20.00 per ticket which is good for up to four adults. Children under the age of 16 are free. Funds will be used to further the work of our chapter.
Sign up in advance on our website's calendar for details and locations or click here to register.
Please contact Nancy Chang at 513-509-9961 if you do not wish to sign up via our website.