Spring is here, and songbirds are preparing to nest! Whether you’re a backyard birder or an interior design enthusiast, hand-painted wooden birdhouses can serve as a colorful addition to your garden or your mantel. Join us at P.D. Brown Memorial Library on Wednesday, April 13 at 2:00 pm for this fun and seasonal activity that is guaranteed to add a beautiful and cheerful touch to any garden or room. Registration is required for this program.

This event will be live, on the grass outside of the P.D. Brown branch. In the event of inclement weather, this program will be rescheduled for Wednesday, April 20th.

 *In order to receive a birdhouse, registrants must be at the program. Only one birdhouse per registrant.*

You can register here for the program. 

Tips and Tricks

Here is an article with tips and tricks for decorating your birdhouse:

Birdhouse Colors and Painting Birdhouses: Tips for Safe Painted Birdhouses

National Audubon Society

Here is a link to the National Audubon Society website, where you can also download the free Audubon Bird Guide app, granting you access to more than 800 North American birds:

Bird Guide

Here is a link to the National Audubon Society Bird Guide page, where you can view thousands of birds from different regions, and listen to their beautiful and unique songs.

Good Reads

You can also check out our CCPL catalog for more information on various bird species as well as feeding and caring for birds, such as:

Image credits:

Unless otherwise noted and/or linked, all images were shot during the making of this blog.