Conservationist Holly Grant on “Backyard Birding”

The Strathmore Speakers Series and Onondaga Free Library‘s March 2022 event featured conservationist and Cornell Lab of Ornithology project assistant, Holly Grant. In this informative talk, Ms. Grant focused on ways to make your backyard more wildlife friendly with feeders and nest boxes. She also offered tips for successful bird identification using the Merlin Bird ID app, and discussed ongoing citizen science projects at the Cornell Lab of Ornithology, including Project FeederWatch and NestWatch.

This event was held on Thursday, March 10th. Missed it? Full event video coming soon!

About Holly Grant

Holly Grant grew up in the Catskill mountains, where she was inspired by nature from a young age. She earned a degree in Conservation Biology from SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry and later worked with endangered Karner Blue butterflies and American Woodcock and Golden-winged Warblers. She is now a project assistant for Project FeederWatch and NestWatch at the Cornell Lab of Ornithology.