A new Pollinator Sanctuary trail was recently opened at Blackwater National Wildlife Refuge near Cambrige Maryland. The four-acre site was specifically designed as habitat for pollinating insects and includes over twenty five different species of native wildflowers and grasses.
Along the trail, visitors may encounter bees, birds, butterflies, bats, beetles, and other wildlife. Many of the plants are expected to bloom for much of the spring and summer. The Pollinator Sanctuary trail is located at the entrance to the Wildlife Drive, near the toll booth.
source: Friends of Blackwater