Connections in Nature: Pollinators and their Plant Partners
The Coastal Discovery Museum will host Sally Krebs on October 27 at 2 pm for this program in person and virtual viewing. About 250 – 125 million years ago, flowering plants first appeared on the earth and started diversifying, accompanied by an explosion of diversity, among flying insects; flowering plants began devising ways of enlisting their help in reproduction, including elaborate markings visible only to insects and sweet rewards to those who answered the plants’ call. Come explore this delicate and complex connection between pollinators and their plant partners.
Sally Krebs is the Sustainable Practices Coordinator with the Town of Hilton Head Island, which includes educating the public on ways to live greener, more sustainable lives and the benefits of doing so.
Cost of the program is $7 and reservations are required by calling 843-689-6767 ext. 223.
The museum is located at 70 Honey Horn Drive on Hilton Head Island.