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Enhancing Meadows for Biological Diversity
Healthy meadows provide critical habitats for all-important pollinators and other wildlife, and every small space of meadow - including your yard - helps! In this free webinar, learn how various species interact in meadows, how they are influenced by environmental and human factors, and how we can create and enhance healthy

Animals that live in meadows are shrews, mice, voles, foxes, deer, reptiles, salamanders, amphibians, birds, spiders and aquatic wildlife, if water is present. Meadows are fields of wildflowers and grass that are home to and food for myriad insects that the small mammals and other creatures eat.

Peter Picone will provide you his insights and knowledge about the natural world and how you may be able to enhance habitats for wildlife. He will share his experience in boosting our landscapes with native plants that attract and benefit wildlife, including beautiful slides and videos of native plant and wildlife interactions. Peter is a Wildlife Biologist in the Connecticut Department of Energy & Environmental Protection and has been working in the field of wildlife habitat enhancement for over 30 years.

The Nature Lecture Series is co-sponsored by the Town of Bloomfield Leisure Services. They will host this as a free Zoom webinar. No user account is required, just a device with a web browser.

May 5, 2021 06:30 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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