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Curious Connections: Native Plants and Pollinators with ANHC Leslie Patrick

Provide a basic understanding of flower anatomy and the biology of pollination Define key terms including pollen, nectar, nectaries, nectar guides, pollinia (pollinia are so cool!) Examine flower characteristics, such as shape, color, scent, timing of blooms, and floral arrangement, as they relate to pollinators Look at some common native plant hosts for butterflies and moths Discuss the importance of wildlife corridors and how we can all participate in creating corridorsProvide a basic understanding of flower anatomy and the biology of pollination Define key terms including pollen, nectar, nectaries, nectar guides, pollinia (pollinia are so cool!) Examine flower characteristics, such as shape, color, scent, timing of blooms, and floral arrangement, as they relate to pollinators Look at some common native plant hosts for butterflies and moths Discuss the importance of wildlife corridors and how we can all participate in creating corridors Play a game called Name that Native!
When:
Wednesday, April 14, 2021, 1:00 PM until 2:30 PM
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Contact(s):
Karen Moulton
Category:
Education - Continuing
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