Best Floral Friends: Insects and Wildflowers in the Bay Area
Nothing says spring like wildflowers! As their beautiful colors start appearing in our landscapes, look a little closer and you’ll see the reason we have these incredible displays… insects! Come hear some stories about the amazing relationships between insects and plants, and why we have insects to thank for our springtime wildflower shows. Part of our Naturalist Talks Series with the East Bay Regional Park District.
To register, email firstname.lastname@example.org. Or watch live on Facebook by visiting the Oakland Library Facebook page.
April 13: Best Floral Friends: Insects and Wildflowers in the Bay Area
June 8: Edible Stories
Aug 17: Flies
Oct 26: Urban Wildlife
Every other month, the Oakland library hosts a fun and engaging talk about local natural history, presented by naturalist Constance Taylor of East Bay Regional Parks. Constance Taylor is a Naturalist and an amphibian enthusiast.
The East Bay Regional Park District is a system of beautiful parklands and trails in Alameda and Contra Costa counties to the east of San Francisco. The system comprises nearly 125,000 acres in 73 parks, including over 1,250 miles of trails. They acquire, manage, and preserve natural and cultural resources for all to enjoy now and into the future.
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