Wednesday, March 15, 2:00pm - 2:30pm (EDT)
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Presented by Mary Phillips - The National Wildlife Federation
More than 180 North American plant species depend on hummingbirds for pollination. They use their thin beaks and long tongues to drink nectar from flowers and rely on insects to feed their young. Mary Phillips, Head of Garden for Wildlife at National Wildlife Federation and certified master naturalist will share fun facts about these beautiful hummingbird species from across the U.S and the important plants to attract and support the life cycle of these animated creatures.
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