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Pajarito Environmental Education Center will offer a free Birdscape Tour of White Rock from 1-5 p.m. today. This is a chance to visit four homes that have optimized their yards for attracting birds. This is a self-guided tour and no registration is required.
The four yards on display this year will be at the Dunns, 107 Sierra Vista Dr.; the Walkers, 305 Donna Ave.; the Foxes, 238 Rio Bravo Dr.; and the Arendts, at 608 La Bajada. A map and directions are available at PajaritoEEC.org and participants may visit the yards in any order.
The Dunns’ property is in a very natural state. Plantings include piñon and juniper trees, native buffalo grass, sagebrush and chamisa, as well as other low-maintenance and low-water ground covers and large stands of crabapple and wisteria to provide food and cover for birds. Bird feeders, baths and hummingbird feeders are arranged so the Dunns can see the birds from their kitchen window. This home is on a place in the flyway to observe Sandhill Crane migration in spring and fall.
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