Jr. Biologists Investigate! Pollinators (monarch butterflies, native bees, etc.)in the Food Chain and Conservation Science (A Virtual Visual Skype Session)
Did you know? - Native plants, native shrubs and trees important for native pollinators. - Some native pollinator species require specific larval host plants. - Manicured lawns like desserts to pollinators. Leaf-raking harms pollinators. - Bare ground (without lawns and and plants is important for bumble bee survival?
Jr. Biologists will join conservation scientists in action through a virtual interactive story-telling experience.
They will investigate how specific human actions are causing species declines and explore real-world science:
How scientists use scientific methods and tools to learn about species declines
How scientists use credible scientific data to advocate for legislation and species rehabilitation programs
Step 1: Register your class. (Coming soon! Registration for this program) Step 2: Participate. Step 3: Join in citizen science and stewardship projects in your community.
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