Your Golf Course Can Be a Bird Sanctuary and a Jewel
"It'd be fun to see something in the trees besides my ball."
- An Anonymous Golfer
OVER 78 GOLF CLUBS IN THE U.S. ARE NOW CERTIFIED
MEMBERS OF THE AUDUBON COOPERATIVE SANCTUARY SYSTEM - Still more in Australia, China,
The Philippines, and Canada.
The Environmental plan includes: Site Assessment;
Wildlife Habitat Enhancement and Management;
Waste Management; Energy Efficiency; Water Quality
And Conservation; Integrated Pest Management. (Geese?)
This Is A Good Place To Begin Planting, adding value for wild birds and golfers alike. Plantings of trees and flowers that benefit wildlife, especially songbirds and other species seeking a protective habitat, add interest and uncommon beauty to courses. Double your pleasure, Contact:
Audubon Cooperative Sanctuary System
46 Rarick Road
Selkirk, NY 12159
Thanks to Audubon International 2000, 2005 for information.
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