The Wild Birds Unlimited Native Pollinator Meadow, the largest designed pollinator meadow in the city of Indianapolis, opened to the public at Virginia B. Fairbanks Art & Nature Park yesterday evening. The meadow is home to over 100 species of plants to support local bees, insects, migratory birds, and monarch butterflies. The Meadow was designed by Kevin Tungesvick of EcoLogic and plants were grown by Spence Restoration Nursery.  The Wild Birds Unlimited Native Pollinator Meadow was made possible by local philanthropists and founders of Wild Birds Unlimited, Nancy & Jim Carpenter, along with the Richard M. Fairbanks Foundation, and longtime Newfields supporter Edgar Fehnel.