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Doug Tallamy to Speak on “A Chickadee’s Guide to Gardening”

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Doug-263-600x625Back by popular demand!   The Talbot County Garden Club welcomes University of Delaware’s Doug Tallamy to speak at the Talbot County Free Library In Easton MD on February 28, 2017, at 1:30 p.m.   The event is free and open to the public.

In his presentation, “A Chickadee’s Guide to Gardening”, Doug will tell us how to observe and appreciate the interactions that occur in the landscape.   He will share ideas for training the eye and things to look for, such as chickadees catching seeds.  These observations provide the inspiration and strategy for making and maintaining a truly living landscape – gardens that are full of life and vital to both human needs and the needs of regional wildlife communities.

Douglas W. Tallamy is Professor and Chair of the Department of Entomology and Wildlife Ecology at the University of Delaware.  Chief among his research goals is to better understand the many ways that insects interact with plants and how such interactions determine the diversity of animal communities.

Doug will bring a couple of his books to sell, including his popular Bringing Nature Home and his new book, the Living Landscape.

About the Talbot County Garden Club

The Talbot County Garden Club was established in 1917 to enrich the natural beauty of the environment by sharing knowledge of gardening, fostering the art of flower arranging, maintaining civic projects, supporting projects that benefit Talbot County and encouraging the conservation of natural resources.  Noteworthy projects include maintaining the grounds of the Talbot Historical Society, Talbot Courthouse, Talbot Library, the Children’s Garden and Fountain Garden at Idlewild Park and numerous other gardens and activities.  There are currently a total of 101 active, associate and honorary members.

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