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Flocks & Farms Festival At Black Hill Regional Park

May 18, 2016

Take a break from the urban life and connect with nature at Black Hill Visitor Center’s Flocks and Farms Festival on Saturday, May 22 from 1:00 pm to 4:00 pm.

   Join the Maryland Bluebird Society and Black Hill Nature Programs for a celebration of the conservation success stories of the Eastern Bluebird and Montgomery County’s very own Agricultural Reserve. Participants will learn how to help bluebirds and other cavity-nesters, while meeting farmers and organizations based in the Ag Reserve.

   The event will feature free hands-on activities, games, lectures, crafts and fun with the entire family. The Flocks and Farms Festival celebrates the conservation efforts of the Maryland Bluebird Society and Montgomery County’s Agricultural Reserve and learn how small changes make big impacts on our local wildlife and community.

  Black Hill Nature Programs at Black Hill Regional Park is located at 20926 Lake Ridge Drive in Boyds.

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