Join the Watsonville Wetlands Watch on Saturday August 25th for our monthly restoration day. You don’t need to be a scientist or biologist to make a difference in the health of our wetlands!
We will meet at the Fitz Wetlands Education Resource Center located on the top of the Pajaro Valley High school campus (500 Harkins Slough Rd.) at 9am. All tools, supplies, and gloves will be provided. Contact Mary for more information at .
Honey bees are in the news and at the center of attention because of their crucial role as crop pollinators (although native bees also play an important role in pollination). Join us as we explore basic bee biology and ecology, biology of non-managed bees, their habitats and conservation, similarities and differences among bees, how to provide pollinator habitat, impact of pesticides, diseases, and pests, and basic plant biology. This talk is perfect and encouraged for beginners to the world of bees who want to begin to delve in and expand their knowledge base. Please note, we will not be touching on beekeeping itself.
The presentation is Wednesday September 26th from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m.
Seating is limited. Attendance is free, but you must reserve a seat at https://www.watsonvillewetlandswatch.org/events/upcoming-events.
Please arrive early for sign-in and seating in order that the presentation can begin promptly at 6:30 p.m.
We look forward to seeing you there!