¬†Thursday, June 3, at 6:30 pm, St. Michael’s Church, 2025 Bellefonte Drive, Lexington

Nancy Grant

Hummingbirds as Pollinators

We may not think that hummingbirds play a significant role as pollinators for the plants on which they feed. But actually, it makes sense: any creature that engages itself so intimately with its nectar sources, sticking its long beak deeply into tubular flowers is likely to fly off with pollen on its head.

Nancy Grant is an author, photographer and journalist based in Louisville. She is also an enthusiastic birder. She will speak to us about the life cycle, migration and gravity-defying stunts of these amazing birds.




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