Ever wonder how to attract more birds to your home without buying bird seed? Audubon’s Michael Goldman will explain how to do just that. By planting native plants in your yard you too can have a whole menagerie full of birds.
Description: Ever wonder how to attract more birds to your home without buying bird seed? Audubon’s Michael Goldman will explain how to do just that. By planting native plants in your yard you too can have a whole menagerie full of birds. Michael will also be going through Audubon’s Plants for Birds database to help you learn what will best grow in your gardens and what kinds of birds you can attract to your home. Not only can you learn how to help the birds but native plants will also help local pollinator populations.
Michael Goldman is the Conservation and Outreach Manager for Grange Insurance Audubon Center. Hailing originally from Beachwood, Ohio, Michael holds a degree in Environmental Geography from Ohio University, and a Master of Science in Environmental and Outdoor Education from SUNY Cortland. Michael has been working for the National Audubon Society for almost three years, having started as the Education Manager at the Audubon Center for Birds of Prey in Florida. Michael is a member of the National Association of Interpretation, and the Governors Gardeners, he is also the co-chair for the Columbus Green Spot Board, and is Senior Advisor to the March for Science-Columbus. Between schooling he worked for the United States Peace Corps, serving in the country of Senegal, hosting science-themed radio shows and teaching sustainable urban agriculture. Michael has been published in the Taproot Journal, and Mushrooms of the Northeastern United States and Eastern Canada. Known for his outgoing personality, Michael loves educating the public with stories, songs, and his bird themed YouTube videos. In his spare time he enjoys hiking, playing guitar and wildlife photography.
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