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Maryland Science Center Gets Birdy!

Maryland Science Center gets birdy! Thanks to collaboration between Patterson Park Audubon Center and Waterfront Partnership, the Maryland Science Center has a pollinator garden! Students from Patterson Park Public Charter School, who planted for birds last spring in Audubon’s gardens in Patterson Park, brought their expertise downtown to transform a space on the north side of the museum into a colorful wildflower garden, designed by Audubon so that birds and beneficial insects have food and shelter in our busy city. The Maryland Science Center joins a growing network of Audubon-certified gardens in Baltimore. This renewed space is dedicated to Van Reiner, who just retired as CEO of the Science Center.

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