Lucky the Ruby-throated Hummingbird. Photo selfie by JBurney
Lucky the Ruby-throated Hummingbird. Photo selfie by JBurney

GreenWatch Sunday Morning Television Doug Tallamy

by / Jun. 19, 2016 10am EST

A few weeks back on May 10,  noted author Doug Tallamy spoke as part of the Western New York Land Conservancy’s Speaker Series.

The lecture was called Rebuilding Nature’s Relationships at Home, Tallamy’s most popular book, Bringing Nature Home, How you Can Sustain Wildlife with Native Plants is one of the most important books about native plants and their support and benefit of localized habitat and wildlife populations including birds, insects and other pollinators, amphibians, and the biodiversity that makes for a healthy ecological world. Tallamy’s lecture helps us to focus on the importance of using native plants in our yards and community spaces.

Click on This link to the 1 hour long lecture that he presented at the UB Center for the Arts.

It is riviting, entertaining, and may change your perspective on nature and how we use our personal lands and yards.

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