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Portrait of Dr. Desiree Narango
Bulb Show Virtual Lecture 2021

The Birds, the Bees the Flowers and the Trees: Why native plants matter for wildlife conservation 

Thursday, March 4 at 4:00 pm ET
Zoom | Pre-registration required: https://bit.ly/bulbshow2021lecture
Join us for a virtual talk by Dr. Desiree Narango 

Dr. Narango studies how plants and animals interact with each other, their environment, and with us. Most of her work takes place in novel landscapes significantly altered by people, such as urban forests, residential yards, and farmland. Her interdisciplinary work uses field, lab, and modeling-based approaches to answer questions that span across scales and taxa. Her ultimate goal is to find data-driven conservation solutions for land managers to help preserve biodiversity in a rapidly changing world.

Thursday, March 4, 2021
The 2021 Virtual Bulb Show!

An early glimpse of spring, the annual Bulb Show is a much anticipated spring tradition!

Saturday, March 6, 2021 to Sunday, March 21, 2021