NOWO – April Speaker Series: Pollinators

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Getting to Know Michigan Pollinators

Presenter: Valerie Malaney, North Oakland Wild Ones/MSU Pollinator Champion & Conservation Steward

How many pollinators can you name that are native to Michigan?  This speaker series will introduce you to the numerous pollinators that you might find in your yard or local nature area.  The session will take an in-depth look at pollinators and beneficial insects that rely on native plants. Learn how to identify a Bumblebee from a Honeybee, as well as the many other bees and their look-a-likes.  You will also learn more about how to provide food (pollen and nectar) and habitat to support these really important Michigan pollinators!

April is Citizen Science Month and some information about using Seek & iNaturalist will also be shared 

Wednesday, April 20, 2022

Location: E. L. Johnson Nature Center,

3325 Franklin Road, Bloomfield Hills, MI

Doors open at 6:30 PM EST

Member Updates at 7:00 PM EST

Program starts at 7:30 – 8:30 PM EST

Links to Resources from Presentation

NON-MEMBERS: We hope you become a member of Wild Ones with North Oakland as your local chapter. (wildones.org) Note that our programs are open to the public free of charge, but if you are a member of Wild Ones, part of your membership fee returns to the local chapter and helps pay for our programs. Your membership affirms your own commitment to ecological landscaping practices.

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