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Naturally Speaking Virtual Talk – Successful Pollination

Join us for the next Naturally Speaking Virtual Talk on Monday September 20 at 6:30pm. Dr. Sula Vanderplank – botanist and conservationist, will be speaking on “Successful Pollination – Factors that Influence the Plants and Pollinators of Coastal Southern and Baja California”. Register We all know that many plants need pollinators to propagate, but what happens when plants and their pollinators are out-of-sync? For example, it’s … Continue reading Naturally Speaking Virtual Talk – Successful Pollination

Naturally Speaking Virtual Talk: ”Conservation of the Smaller Majority – Butterflies of San Diego County”

There is still time to sign up for this Virtual Talk tomorrow night sponsored by the Cabrillo National Monument Foundation. When: Wednesday, August 18th 6:30 PM Pacific time – 7:30 PM Pacific time Where: Cabrillo National Monument Foundation’s Zoom Who: Paige Howorth –  McKinney Family Curator of Entomology at the San Diego Zoo Wildlife Alliance Audience: All are welcome! Program Description Everyone is familiar with the … Continue reading Naturally Speaking Virtual Talk: ”Conservation of the Smaller Majority – Butterflies of San Diego County”

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Naturally Speaking Virtual Talk: “Diversity, natural history, and conservation of San Diego’s native bees”

When: Monday, April 12th 6:30 PM Pacific time – 7:30 PM Pacific timeWhere: CNMF’s Zoom How: Register for this free public programAudience: All are welcome! Pollinatorpalooza continues with a spotlight on San Diego’s native bees!  San Diego is a global biodiversity hotspot. Among the many animals that are especially diverse in our region are native bees, which serve as the chief pollinators for most of our plant species. Come learn about how … Continue reading Naturally Speaking Virtual Talk: “Diversity, natural history, and conservation of San Diego’s native bees”