Many plants and animals have co-evolved over millennia to form the Eastern Deciduous Forest and associated communities that most of us live in the midst of. Native pollinators, in turn, are vital to the future sustainability of our native plants. Join Alonso Abugattas, Naturalist with Arlington County, Virginia and butterfly expert, for a fascinating and lively presentation on our native pollinators, including a wide diversity of native butterflies, bees, and others such as flies, moths, and hummingbirds. Alonso will also discuss ways of attracting pollinators to one's garden and some of the important native plants for pollinators.
Location: White Oak Library - Large Meeting Room
Directions Exit the Washington Beltway at New Hampshire Ave (exit 28). Go north about 2 miles. The library is the first building on the right, once you have passed under Route 29, just after the Sears store.
There will be refreshments and door prizes. Pot luck refreshments are always welcome.
The meeting is open to non-members.
Meetings take place on the last Tuesday of each month.