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Tuckaseege Park Pollinator Garden

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Why are pollinators important?


Pollinators are a vital element in maintaining balance and functioning ecosystems.  In fact, without pollinators, 90% of our flowering plants would die off. 

By attracting bees, butterflies, moths, bats, flying insects, and hummingbirds to their nectar, the pollen from flowering plants becomes attached to pollinators' bodies. The pollen is then moved from flower to flower, helping plants reproduce through seeds and fruits. Our flowers and many food sources would die off without pollinators. 

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