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BeeChicas: Naturalist's Notebook

BeeChicas: Naturalist's Notebook

Get outside to observe pollinators by making a hand-sewn field journal with the BeeChicas. Learn how to tell the difference between native bees and honey bees, flies that look like bees, and wasps, all doing the important job of pollination. Learn how scientists catch and identify pollinators with the BeeChicas, then release them back to the wild. Registration required, all ages. Adult supervision required for ages 10 and under. Maximum 2 journals per family.

We'll start the workshop in the newly renovated Japanese Garden (the walled garden at the Main Library on the north side of Boulder Creek). Be prepared to walk outside the walled garden to observe pollinators in the park around the Main Library. 

This program a Seed to Table event at the library that focuses on sustainable living. Check the BeeChicas' instagram feed and Boulder Library Hives #beeliterate! Learning to observe and understand nature also supports this year's One Book One Boulder theme: Climate Crisis.

Generously sponsored by the Boulder Library Foundation.

 

Date:
Wednesday, Aug 25 2021
Time:
4:00pm - 5:30pm
Time Zone:
Mountain Time - US & Canada (change)
Location:
Native Plant Garden
Library:
Main Library
Audience:
  Adult     All ages     Child     Teen     Tween  
Categories:
  Classes & Activities     One Book One Boulder     Pollinator Appreciation     Seed to Table  
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