Hi All,
Last week, members of the Cayuga Bird Club worked with about 15 people from
the New Roots Charter School to plant some of the 70 potted, native
seedlings we recently bought to plant in this locality.  We still have
quite a few to plant and fence.

I will be down at Jetty Woods (called Lighthouse Woods Natural Area by the
Cornell Botanic Gardens) from about 9 am to noon tomorrow (Sunday September
29).  Please feel free to come and give me a hand.  Bring binoculars,
water, bug spray, work gloves, a shovel if you have one, a hand saw if you

Even if you don't want to do much physical labor, I still usually need 3
hands to attach the fencing to fence posts with zip ties.

Park at the city golf course club house and walk in the access road along
the inlet to the woods.

Jody Enck

Jody W. Enck, PhD
Conservation Social Scientist, and
Founder of the Sister Bird Club Network


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