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Kid's Bookmark Project

What can the AOS do to interest the youth of today in orchids?  That is the question that has been consistently addressed by the Education Committee of the AOS.  This series of articles is our attempt to involve AOS affiliates in an exchange of ideas that can be used at shows, meetings, and other society activities to engage children in the world of orchids. 
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Tiny Feathered Friends of Reed-Stem Epidendrums

Hummingbirds enjoy visiting my reed-stem epidendrums, where they can be found resting peacefully on the long, twisted stems of this outdoor flowering orchid. Our resident hummingbird in Southern California is the Anna’s hummingbird. These flying jewels of the sky belong to the family Trochilidae, one of the most highly specialized natural groups of birds. Nectar plants, feeders and birdbaths will attract hummingbirds as well.

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