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Monthly Program: Supporting Migratory Songbirds through Rehabilitation, Reducing Negative Impacts, and Bird-Scaping

  • Tuesday, January 16, 2024
  • 6:00 PM - 7:30 PM
  • Venice United Church of Christ, Naar Hall, 620 Shamrock Rd., Venice


Registration is closed

Many songbirds migrate through our area annually, some staying through the winter and some using our parks and yards as a stop-over on a longer journey.  This evening we’ll learn about some of the difficulties migratory birds face, including what types of injuries and conditions result in a bird needing rehabilitation and the rehabilitation process.  Jayne will include discussion on how we can reduce negative impacts on birds around our homes and communities and ideas to attract birds safely to our gardens. 

Jayne Neville was the founder/president of Mount Vernon Songbird Sanctuary in Southington, CT, a non-profit organization focusing on the conservation of migratory songbirds.  She has a long history in bird rehabilitation and habitat preservation.  

All are welcome - members of the public as well as Venice Audubon Members.

Participants are strongly encouraged to follow current COVID-19 health and safety protocols.

  • 6:00pm:  Refreshments and conversation
  • 6:30pm: Announcements followed immediately by tonight's program
Registration is appreciated but not required.



Telephone: 941-496-8984

Sarasota County Call Center: 941-861-5000 (General information and directions)


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