Using the beautiful photography of Elroy Limmer, this joint SWNM Audubon/Gila Native Plant Society program will explore the lives of local pollinators from native bees to long-nosed bats. Presenters Elroy Limmer and Don Graves of the Gila Chapter will discuss the variety of native plants necessary to attract pollinators and that act as host plants for the caterpillars that provide the majority of nutrition for our spring/summer fledgling birds. You will come away with a whole new perspective on the world of life in your own back yard and learn how you can help promote the diversity of pollinators, native plants, and birds right here at home.
Gila Chapter members will receive a Zoom link by email; any others interested may request a link from gilanative [at] gmail [dot] com. All are welcome. For more information, check our website at www.gilanps.org/events/programs.