The GBG Pollinator Activity is an educational activity geared towards visitors of all ages. FSWCD is making 10 pollinator activity signs that will be installed at the Georgeson Botanical Garden in Summer 2021. These signs will show beautiful illustrations of local pollinators to help guests learn more about pollinator identification, habitat, and behavior.
All artwork is illustrated by Renee Nowicki.
The first illustration is a Canadian Tiger Swallowtail, scientific name Papilio canadensis. These butterflies are Fairbanks' most common swallowtail - they can be found sipping nectar from crab apple trees, lilac bushes, and other flowering plants.
This project needs public donations - please show your support for pollinator education by donating now! Customizable donations ($1+) can be submitted by clicking the "Donate" button. All donations above $25.00 will be sent a small print of the pollinator artwork.
Have questions about our pollinator projects? Please contact -
Aleya Brinkman: firstname.lastname@example.org
Renee Nowicki: email@example.com