Come join us for Endangered Species Day 2015 this Saturday, May 30th from 10am-2pm at the Atlanta Botanical Garden for your chance to learn about pollinator conservation efforts in Georgia and how you can help! GAPP will be joining Zoo Atlanta, Georgia Plant Conservation Alliance, Fernbank Museum, Monarchs Across Georgia, and more conservation-centered organizations to bring you family-friendly education and fun.
We encourage you to attend a conservation tour through the gardens at 10:30, 11:30, or 12:30 where you will gain an idea of how pollinators and plants work together and an appreciation of the types of species that need to be protected. Conservation experts are bursting to answer your questions regarding pollinator threats, why it is crucial to protect pollinators and current conservation efforts in metro Atlanta.
This Saturday will include an excellent opportunity to see endangered animal species such as a bald eagle that makes an appearance every year with the Georgia Department of Natural Resources.
We hope you can make it!