Visiting Exhibit

Pollinators: Little Helpers, Big Results Uploaded Image: /uploads/images/Pollinators_Engagement_Panel_Paly_Foundation_Web.jpg

On display at CMOST December 2019 - June 2020

There has been a lot of buzz around the importance of bees and their decline in population.  This important news is just the tip of the iceberg.  There is much more to learn about the world of pollinators!  A wide variety of animals and insects, from bats to birds to bees to butterflies, help plants reproduce, and create fruit, nuts, and seeds.  

In this exhibit, learn about the diversity of pollinators and how all contribute to our own quality of life by helping to provide good food, gorgeous surroundings, medicines -- even clothing! Who knew a little insect or bat could do all that!

Pollinators are on the decline, but YOU can help!  Learn about the conservation success of the lesser long-nosed bat and the international teamwork that saved this bat from extinction.  Then, explore other species and how they can be saved.

CMOST is delighted to be hosting this exhibition created by The Paly Foundation

What we're learning

  • Conservation
  • Adaptations
  • Interdependent relationships
  • Ecosystems