PledgeToFledge 2013

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Celebrate this kickoff weekend for P2F by taking the PledgeToFledge Oath. Take a new birder or someone who loves nature and enjoys being outside.

“I pledge to actively share my enthusiasm for birds with non-birders by taking them into the field to show them birds and foster their own appreciation for birds whenever possible. I will strive to be friendly, patient, helpful, and welcoming when approached by ‘non-birders’ or asked about birds by acquaintances.  I believe that individual birders, as part of an international grassroots movement, can effect positive and profound change for our shared birds and their future.”

Here are a few ideas.

• Go Birding  with friends, family and other non-­‐birders at a local park or nature reserve.

• Help a neighbor or friend set up a feeder station in his or her yard.

• Host a “feeder party”to let others witness your backyard buffet in action

• Volunteer to read a children’s book at your local library (Example: Martha McKeen Welch, A Close Look in the Woods; Sunflowers; Saucy; or Lynne Cherry’s Flute’ Journey, Jane Yolen’s Bird Watch or Owl Moon).

Now grab a friend and go outside and have fun learning something new!

To learn more click here: Pledge To Fledge or Contact Mardi Dickinson, P2F Official Connecticut Regional Coordinator. 

About Kymry

Welcome to the KymryGroup. We will be showcasing photography by several different photographers with a Look in time from 1925 to the present. Share Business & Technology of Photography. Including adventures in the birding world and many other interesting insights and observations along the way.
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