Discovery Day: Pollinators

discovery day event graphic with a colorful hummingbird, bee and flowerDiscovery Day: Pollinators

Friday, May 22
KU Natural History Museum Facebook page

Join us on our Facebook page on. May 22 for a special (virtual) pollinator party as we feature hands-on activities, information with research scientists, community partners, and more! Learn about the essential role pollinators play in the world’s ecosystems and engage in fun science learning for the whole family.

New videos will be released every hour, from 10am-4pm. Learn and try activities about nectar, avian (bird) pollinators, how to help butterflies including monarchs, and of course bees! We’re thrilled to have great partners including the KU Beekeeping Club, Monarch Watch, the Spencer Museum of Art, the Baker Wetlands Discovery Center, the Kansas Rural Center, KU Ecology and Evolutionary Biology students and researchers from the KU Biodiversity Institute and Natural History Museum!