Pollinator Walk at Upper Table Rock
Join this early-season pollinator walk at Table Rocks, featuring Travis Owen to explore spring blooms and newly emerging native bees, wasps, and other pollinators.
Apr 27, 2017
from 10:30 am to 02:00 pm
|Where||Upper Table Rock|
|Contact Name||Jeanine Moy|
|Contact Phone||541 488-5789|
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Klamath-Siskiyou Wildlands Center and Pollinator Project Rogue Valley are excited to invite you to enjoy an early-season pollinator walk. Featuring Travis Owen to
explore spring blooms and newly emerging native bees, wasps, and other
pollinators. We will learn about insect collection and observation skills,
about pollinator life cycles and habitat needs, and some of the rare
flowers endemic to the Table Rocks.
*Please bring a bag lunch, water, and appropriate layers. Butterfly nets, small clear containers, and field guides optional. Cameras are highly encouraged!
Ashland Carpool: meet at 9:45 at the NorthWest Nature Shop on Oak St. in Ashland
Trailhead meet up: meet at 10:30am at the Upper Table Rock trailhead
Travis Owen: is a professional beekeeper for Old Sol Apiaries and a self-proclaimed amateur botanist and entomologist. He is the author and photographer for the blog 'The Amateur Anthecologist' which highlights the relationships between plants and pollinators based on research, observation, and curiosity."