Native Plant Gardening for Wildlife - In Person

Tuesday, July 127:00—8:00 PMMeeting RoomActon Memorial Library486 Main Street, Acton, MA, 01720

Are you a butterfly or bird lover? The best way to attract local wildlife to your yard is to plant native plants! Animals need plants for many reasons including shelter and food. Many even have preferred food plants, so “if you plant it, they will come” in many cases. Join Joy Marzolf will teach us how gardening choices can help you turn your garden into your own wildlife sanctuary.

Joy Marzolf has been a wildlife photographer and Naturalist for over 20 years. She is a Trip Leader for the non-profit Oceanic Society and has photographed a wide range of wildlife around the world, from venomous snakes and grizzly bears to butterflies and dolphins. One of her passions is helping people to better understand wildlife and how understanding the subject can help a photographer take better images. She previously taught wildlife photography and photo editing classes for over 13 years with Mass Audubon's Broadmoor Wildlife Sanctuary. She is now teaching adults and families about wildlife through her nature, nature travel and live animal programs with her new company The Joys of Nature (

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