Care of Winter Birds will be the subject of a program for kids at the Woods Hole Public Library on Saturday, November 14 at 2 PM. Both instructional and active, the program will be led by the librarians who will teach the children how to feed the birds through the winter. All will make garlands of popcorn, peanuts and cranberries to decorate their shrubs and attract winter birds. Additional activities include putting up a window-side feeder on the Library’s Children’s Room window and establishing a meal worm breeding chamber for the library. All participants will have the opportunity to make a personal “Book of Winter Birds” with illustrations of the birds most likely to come to the feeders so children will be able to identify their avian visitors.
For more information, and to register, call the Library at 508-548-8961.