Consider making a New Year’s Resolution to drink Bird Friendly Coffee, certified by the Smithsonian Migratory Bird Center. It is the real deal.
For Baltimore Orioles, Scarlet Tanagers and 17 species of warblers—the answer could be Central and South American coffee farms. Forty-two migratory songbird species commonly overwinter in heavily shaded coffee plantations.
Help yourself to keep warm this winter and preserve bird habitat at the same time. Consider making a New Year’s Resolution to drink Bird Friendly Coffee, certified by the Smithsonian Migratory Bird Center. It is the real deal. Not just a brand claiming to be shade-grown (i.e., coffee grown under the flimsy cover of banana trees fed artificial fertilizers and pesticides).
Online ordering yields a variety of coffee blends from decaf to dark roast. Join the local Bird-Friendly coffee drinking community today!
Learn more about joining the WCAS Bird Friendly Coffee Club here.
Place your order by the 10th of every month.
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