Intriguing Interactions of Pollinators & Plants on the Stone Road Alvar
Sunday, July 7, 10:00 am to 12:00 pm
Pelee Island’s unique habitats support a wide variety of insect pollinators, and especially wild bees. Come for a walk on the Stone Road Alvar with the research team from the University of Toronto Scarborough to learn about the ecology and diversity of bee species visiting different flowers, and why these relationships are so important. Visit www.macivorlab.ca for additional details on the research team.
Meet at the entrance to Ontario Naturalists’ Nature Reserve on the Stone Road Alvar. Best to wear long pants, socks and shoes or boots with closed toes; be prepared for the weather (e.g. sunscreen, hat), rough terrain, and poison ivy.
Venue: Pelee Island
Pelee, ON N0R 1M0 Canada