Upcoming Think Wild Events
What: Spring into Action: Home Hacks to Help Wildlife
When: Thursday April 11th, 5:30-7:00 PM. Doors open at 5:15 and speakers will begin at 5:30. Please plan to arrive a few minutes before 5:30 to grab a seat, a snack, and say hello.
Where: OSU Graduate and Research Center (near the Old Mill District), 650 SW Columbia Street, Room 209.
Who: Guest speakers from Window Alert, WinterCreek Restoration & Nursery, and Elwing Works
Spring into Action: Home Hacks to Help Wildlife
Join Think Wild for a free community workshop to learn about simple things you can do at home to help wildlife during the Spring.
Habitat loss, window collision, and domestic pet attacks are just a few of the issues wildlife face during baby and migration season. It's estimated that cats and windows kill about 3.5 billion birds annually in the U.S.
This workshop will provide practical hands on information you can use to mitigate these risks and make your property safer for wildlife.
Speakers from Window Alert window decals, WinterCreek Restoration & Nursery, and Elwing Works Handyman/contractor will discuss the importance of native landscaping, window decals, and catios to help wildlife.
This workshop will provide a place to learn about conservation issues and discover and discuss solutions to inspire the public to live respectfully with urban wildlife.