Bees, Butterflies, Birds: Maximising biodiversity by supporting pollinators

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Bees, Butterflies, Birds flyer

Fires and drought across Australia have affected many native forests that are vital for the health and well-being of native bees, European Honey bees and pollinators of many species. They are crucial for biodiversity and healthy ecosystems. It is now even more important for us to plant for and maintain our urban gardens and parklands to protect our bees, butterflies, birds and local wildlife.

This seminar aims to Increase awareness, provide planting resources and work towards an action plan to plant for and protect pollinators to maximise biodiversity in the Canberra region. It is a joint effort by ACT for Bees, Landcare ACT and the Friends of the Australian National Botanic Gardens, with support from the Rotary Club of Hall.

Date and time: 9:00 am – 12:30 pm, Saturday 22 February 2020.

Bookings: Free, but places are limited so if you're keen to attend, please register online immediately.

Location: ANBG Theatrette, opposite the Visitor Centre.