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Pollinator Celebration at the Botanic Garden

Pollinator Celebration at the Botanic Garden
Event on 2017-06-17 10:00:00
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Did you know that almost 90 percent of flowering plants depend on animals for pollination? Visit the Botanic Garden to learn about the fascinating jobs of bees, birds, bats, beetles, butterflies and some of the other 200,000 species of animals that act as pollinators.

Activities and discovery stations will be under the garden tent and around the festival green.

    What's the Buzz? Find out how pollinators keep ecosystems healthy.

    Discover the connection between pollinators and foods that we eat.

    Learn how to create habitat for pollinators to keep them happy, healthy and hard working!

    The US Fish and Wildlife Service will also have insect drawers on display from UNM's Arthropod Museum. Representatives from the U.S. Forest Service will also be on hand. 

    at Albuquerque Biological Park
    2601 Central Avenue NW
    Albuquerque, United States

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