Each month, the Extension Service publishes a newsletter about its exciting programs and events both past and upcoming. See what we are doing and how you can become involved.
For our October 2019 newsletter, we featured an article written by our Environmental Horticulture Agent, Michelle Leonard-Mularz, focusing on the migratory birds in the Keys:
"Here in the beautiful Florida Keys, we have no shortage of tidal shoreline and coastal landscapes, in addition to some unique natural habitats. This provides a fantastic opportunity to observe many of nature’s beautiful creatures. Especially this time of year, when many migrating birds seek to rest and refuel in our National Wildlife Refuges, parks, open spaces, and gardens, as a last stop before continuing southward. However, in order to attract these winter visitors and pollinators to our landscapes, there are certain elements we need to provide them..."
To read the article, and find events and programs of the Extension Service, check out the October 2019 Newsletter!
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