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April 2021

A Brief History of Trees in America

April 28 @ 7:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Free

Free Virtual program. Registration required. From oaks to sugar maples to the American chestnut: trees changed the course of American history. Discover the roles of a few of our favorite trees in building our nation as you remember and celebrate the trees influential in your personal history and your garden. Presented by Cindy Crosby, author, Master Gardener and natural history instructor for the Illinois Master Naturalist’s program and The Morton Arboretum. Cosponsored by the Friends of the Green Bay Trail,…

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May 2021

Bird Migration in Chicago

May 12 @ 7:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Free

Free Virtual program. Registration required. The Chicago region draws a stunning diversity of birds, with roughly 300 species passing through each year on their way to the Arctic or back home to South America.  Learn about bird migration, where you can go to observe them, and how planting native plants can help sustain them. Presented by Daniel Suarez, stewardship program manager for Audubon Great Lakes. Cosponsored by the Glencoe Sustainability Task Force, the Friends of the Green Bay Trail, and the…

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June 2021

What’s that Bird?

June 22 @ 7:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Free

Free Virtual program. Registration required (check back for registration). Identifying birds is a fun way to connect with nature in your back yard and beyond. Join us to learn about birds commonly found on the North Shore and basics approaches to bird ID, including some helpful tools. Presented by Refugio Mariscal, conservation data coordinator for Audubon Great Lakes. Cosponsored by the Glencoe Sustainability Task Force, the Friends of the Green Bay Trail, and the Glencoe Public Library.  

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