Building Bird Feeders for Hungry Birds

Oakland Township Invites Grandparents and Grandchildren to Come Out and Help Build Homes for Hungry New Birds

Blue bird sits on a branch

Building Birdfeeders for Hungry Birds

With the sights, sounds and smells of spring in the air, Oakland Township Parks and Recreation can only assume that everyone is about to witness the population boom that comes from creatures surviving the winter. There are about to be a lot of brand new hungry mouths out in the woods and Oakland Township Parks and Recreation would like to give them a warm welcome to planet Earth by providing them with a great meal. Join Oakland Township Parks and Recreation for a special grandparent and grandchild program as they put together their own recycled bird feeders to take home and learn about the feathered friends that would be most likely to stop by for a snack. Call the Oakland Township Parks and Recreation office at 248-651-7810 for more information on how to register.

Grandparents & Grandchildren (Ages 5-12)

Residents: $5, Non-Residents: $7

Register by April 5

Lost Lake Nature Park Warming Shelter

846 Lost Lake Trail

Oakland, MI 48363

Saturday, April 13, 10:00 a.m. – 11:30 a.m.

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