Our popular Hardcore Natural History Panel series returns in September with a focus on pollination. Pollinators like bumblebees, wild bees, butterflies, hummingbirds, wasps, and beetles all fill vital niches in our ecosystems. All are also facing significant challenges from habitat loss, pesticides, disease, and stresses from climate change. What is the current status of these important species, and what can we do to help, both in our own backyards and around the world? Join Wildlife Biologist Jessica Griffiths, Xerces Endangered Species Biologist Angela Laws, and Bee Biologist Dr. Angie Ashbacher to answer these questions, and learn all about current science and conservation efforts for these essential pollinator species. Each panel member will have a chance to talk with audience members, and tickets include food and beverages. Register below to come to this important and timely panel discussion and remember: Museum Members get a discount!
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Cost:$15 General, $10 Members, $5 Students
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