Sunday, June 16, 2013

Dick Adams (1940-2013) was the Program Chairman for the Kern Audubon Society and to reflect his love for birding and to honor his memory, Audubon members chose to plant an elderberry, whose berries are a prime source of food for birds.

Here we see Harry Love driving in a post with a plaque to Dick Adams and in the middle of the cleared space is a young elderberry enclosed in chicken wire;  by this time next year it should be 5 feet tall.

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