Wilson Botanical Garden | San Vito Bird Club

Wilson Botanical Garden | San Vito Bird Club

Wilson Botanical Garden | San Vito Bird Club

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As the rainy season draws to a close we decided it was time to thank members who have volunteered time, energy and supplies over the past several years with a special Volunteer Thank You Lunch at OTS Las Cruces!

Whether it was painting faces at the Eco-Cultural Festival and the Brunka Trade Fair, Baking and selling for our fundraiser, Horticulturist Dave Janas leading the Garden Walk November

We have bird walks all the time but just prior to our lunch on Saturday, November 8, Dave Janas led us on a Garden Walk to the Cactus Garden, Cycad Hill, the Economy Garden and the Hummingbird Garden, pointing out interesting plants and answering all kinds of questions alo ng the way. A trained horticulturist, Dave is new to the Wilson Botanical Garden - we all hope he will be here some time to come!

Many of the "lunches" signed up to help Dave twice a month with gardening projects that will renovate and beauty-up the botanical grounds. With a garden of this immense size, projects and needs for equipment and supplies never end so if you have time and energy to contribute, please contact Dave at davetheplantguy@gmail.com or click here to contact us or just send an email to sanvitobirdclub @ gmail.com

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Attendees at the SVBC Volunteer Thank You Lunch in November 2014. Photo by Liz Allen

As the rainy season draws to a close, we decided it was time to thank those members who have contributed time, energy and supplies over the past few years with A Special Thanksgiving Luncheon at OTS Las Cruces!

We have birding walks all the time, but just before our lunch on Saturday, November 8, Dave Janas guided us on a Garden Walk through the Cactus Gardens, the Hill of the Cycads, the Garden of Economy and the Garden of Hummingbirds, pointing out interesting plants and answering all sorts of questions along the way. Dave is a new trained horticulturist at the Wilson Botanical Garden. We all hope he's here for a while longer!

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