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Courtesy Linda Compton

A red-shafted northern flicker.

Imagine hosting dinner for a House Finch, a Dark Eyed Junco, a Northern Flicker, a Western Tanager and a Woodhouse’s Scrub Jay. 

You can! Just drop by the Taos Children’s Library (402 Cam De La Placita) and pick up a free bird feeder kit with all the supplies and instructions included.

Girls Scouts of New Mexico Trails and the Taos Children’s Library are partnering for the “Grab & Go” event on Thursday (May 27) starting at 8:30 a.m.

The fun, no-cost activity is meant to connect kids with nature and provide a cool experiential learning experience.

It’s also an opportunity for parents to meet a representative from Girl Scouts of New Mexico Trails and learn about upcoming fun and exciting activities for girls in Taos.

For more information, visit nmgirlscouts.org

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