Sep 26 | 11 a.m.Runs till: Sep 26
Bangalore International Centre (BIC), No. 7, 4th Main Rd, Stage 2, Domlur 560071
Creating Habitats For Lepidopterans
A session led by ecologist Prerna Agarwal
Pollinator gardens are the easiest way to understand both insect and plant diversity and it is always fun and fulfilling to welcome these beautiful winged visitors and see them through all their stages of life.
This session, on the occasion of Big Butterfly Month explores the butterfly ecology of Bangalore and the possibility of creating micro habitats for butterflies and pollinators in cities, anywhere- be it a balcony, a large garden or on the roadside.
Ecologist Prerna Agarwal will give us practical tips on butterfly-friendly plant species and caring for them to create healthy homes that can attract, persuade them to stay and thrive.
Keep track of all the butterfly related events happening throughout India check out- Big Butterfly Month (http://diversityindia.org/bbm/). To know more about birds and nature in India, you can subscribe to the newsletter, The Flock (http://bit.ly/theflockdotin).