Please join us on Thursday, December 3rd at 7pm for our monthly meeting where Gabe Andrle from the Georgia Audubon Society will talk about how to create backyard wildlife sanctuaries. The meeting will be held virtually via Zoom. Please follow this link to sign up to receive the meeting link: https://forms.gle/2sNxHYF7bFA6p26U8. More details below:
During his presentation, Gabe will talk about how to promote the conservation and well-being of birds and other wildlife in your greenspace, covering everything from food, water, and shelter to keeping wildlife safe. Whether you are an experienced gardener and birder or just getting started, there will be something for you to learn. Get connected to resources that can help you on your journey and learn how you can get your space certified as a Georiga Audubon Wildlife Sanctuary!
Gabe Andrle works as Conservation Program Coordinator at Georgia Audubon. By managing their wildlife sanctuary program, plants for birds initiatives, and assisting with restoration projects, he helps build places where birds and people thrive. He works part-time as an Interpretive Ranger at Fernbank Museum of Natural History where he assists with outdoor programming and forest management. Previously, he worked in the bird and herpetology departments of Zoo Atlanta. He came to Atlanta from the Chicagoland area to study Environmental Sciences at Emory University. With a passion for nature conservation and environmental education, he has accumulated an array of experiences both domestically and abroad.