Guest Speaker: Bob Stewart
Come learn about studies regarding how the shape and color of native plants relates to the plant’s pollinators.
Identifying native plants is very important. But to understand what has shaped their color and structure it would be helpful to know who pollinates them. Much research needs to be done, but Bob will report on some of the most interesting studies while utilizing his close up photographs.
Bob Stewart has been a naturalist since 1962. His career includes teaching biology in the California public schools (Junior High, High School, Junior College), biologist/teacher at Point Reyes Bird Observatory (1968-1979), naturalist for Marin County Open Space District (1982-1997) where he hosted over 2,000 free walks for the public. He has led innumerable nature outings to California, Arizona, Texas, Mexico, Costa Rica, and Trinidad and Tobago.
Bob has self published two photographic butterfly books: Common Butterflies of California (1997) and Butterflies of Arizona (2001).
When & Where: Monday, April 13, at the Redwoods, 40 Camino Alto, Mill Valley.
7:30 p.m. books, posters, and cards will be for sale before (and after) the meeting.
8:00 p.m. Presentation starts.
Membership meetings are free and open to the public. Books, posters, and cards are for sale before and after the meeting.
Contact: Kristin Jakob, 415-388-1844