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We'll spend the time walking through the gardens,checking out the various pollinator favorite flowers,as well as enjoying all the pollinator activity.Plenty of hummingbirds,wildbees,honeybees,butterflies,hoverflies,dragonflies,and lots of birds too.
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Garden volunteer and ' Caterpillar Lady' Sally Levinson will lead the morning of fun drop-in activities on the Garden's tour deck. Free with Garden Admission; no registration required This is a free interactive class held in my garden which is a Certified Pollinator Habitat.
The garden is almost a half acre of beauty that is full of lots of the flowers that the pollinators love!
Following a cowboy breakfast, scientist and author Stephen Buchmann will join us and present an illustrated talk on the diversity of Arizona's bees from its southern deserts to the Ponderosa pine forests of the White Mountains. Steve will also give a hands on demonstration of how easy it is to make a "Bee Hotel" for leaf cutter and mason bees from scrap lumber. Filmmaker Sarah Rara will join us to introduce the film she made with footage taken in the UC Botanical Garden.
Following his talk and Q&A's, he will lead a short nature walk in search of bees and flowers outside the new New Center building. Bring a picnic and enjoy this film under the Garden's towering Redwoods in our stunning amphitheater.
Discover how insects, birds, bats, and wind are essential in the life cycles of our crops and other plants.
Learn how flower forms and colors relate to their pollinators. Free with Garden Admission, Registration Required Come learn about butterfly life cycles with live specimens and paper activities with a special film screening of monarch lifecycles.
As one of our gardens is adjacent to the Pacific Grove Monarch Sanctuary on Ridge Road, we feel privileged to support pollination, organic gardening, and individuals striving to support the Monarchs.
The Pollinators was filmed over the course of a full calendar year to document a complete annual cycle of sound by Luke Fischbeck.
Registration required: / Children 12 and Under are Free The bees, butterflies, and hummingbirds you can observe in the Garden are just some of the world’s 200,000 species of pollinators.
The Pollinators focuses on the insects, birds, animals, and vectors that pollinate flowers.
Filmed against brightly colored backgrounds that both attract and distract pollinators, the video explores wild color spaces, modeling the ultraviolet-rich color range perceived by insects that extends beyond human vision and the RGB colorspace of video.