Houston Zoo presents Pollinator Palooza

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bumble bee on zinnia
Photo by Marshall Hinsley

Pollinators help plants complete their life cycle by moving pollen from one plant to another. This is a very important process if you like any of the following things – chocolate, fruits, ice cream, and even tequila. Celebrate these miracle workers during Pollinator Palooza. Talk to local bee keepers, learn about the different types of pollinators, and check out pollination stations. Don’t miss the ladybug release at the Butterfly Garden near the John P. McGovern Children’s Zoo.

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Houston Zoo
6200 Hermann Park Dr.
Houston, TX 77030

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Free with zoo admission.