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  • Birds
  • Gardening
  • Sustainable Landscaping

Birds, bees, butterflies, and biodiversity are in decline, but they don't have to be. We each have a role to play in bringing back wildlife populations. The choices we make on our properties and in our communities, matter. We'll discuss actions people and communities can take to support resident and migratory birds to help revive our declining bird populations in North America.

This event is part of the Sustainable Landscapes and Integrated Pest Management Conference

About the Speaker

Becca Rodomsky-Bish is the Project Leader for the Great Backyard Bird Count and Nest Quest Go! at the Cornell Lab of Ornithology. She has an M.S., Environmental Studies from Antioch University New England and B.A., Anthropology/Biology from Sonoma State University. As an avid gardener with a passion for birds, she actively creates abundant, beautiful gardens while supporting biodiversity in the Northeast. 

Date & Time

June 15, 2023
9:45 am - 10:45 am


chickadee with a grub in it's beak

Photos: Black-capped Chickadee by Gordon Smith/Macaulay Library, Native Garden by Becca Rodomsky-Bish, Candor NY

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Contact Information

Betsy Lamb


Becca Rodomsky-Bish, Cornell Lab of Ornithology


New York State Integrated Pest Management

School of Integrative Plant Science

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