Feeling adventurous? Native plants provide essential protein for birds like Prothonotary Warblers and Western Bluebirds in the form of insects—and Joseph Yoon from http://www.brooklynbugs.com is here to teach you how to make your own bird-inspired mealworm chocolate brownies with Audubon’s John Rowden.
Learn more about plants for birds: http://www.audubon.org/nativeplants
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