Have you ever sat quietly in your garden next to flowering plants to just watch pollinators? This is not a crazy idea, more and more people are becoming ‘pollinator watchers’. If you want to learn more about the fascinating world unfolding in your garden, attend this information-packed talk by award-winning author Heather Holm. She will showcase many types of insect pollinators, their foraging behavior, and the tricks that flowers employ to attract pollinators. You will also learn about how you can use technology to document what you see and contribute to ultimately contribute to science.
About Heather Holm
I am a biologist, pollinator conservationist, and award-winning author. In addition to assisting with native bee research projects, I inform and educate audiences nationwide, through my books and many presentations, about the fascinating world of native pollinators and beneficial insects, and the native plant communities that support them. Much of my spare time is spent planning and executing ecological restoration projects, serving on the boards of nonprofits to promote conservation work, and spending a significant amount of time in the field to better understand the natural history and habitat of native bees and wasps, and the complexities of enhancing pollinator habitat using ecological restoration best management practices.