Protecting migratory pollinators: Nectar-feeding bats and monarchs - Honey Bee Haven
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Protecting migratory pollinators: Nectar-feeding bats and monarchs

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Join the Northwest Center for Alternatives to Pesticides (NCAP) for this hour-long exploration of two less-recognized but extremely important pollinators: nectar-feeding bats and monarchs. Presenters Juan Moreira-Hernández and Gail Morris discuss these species’ relationships to plants and flowers, habitat needs, effective conservation and management efforts, impacts of pesticides, and ways you can participate in community-based science to protect pollinators in your homes and communities.



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