Who are the pollinators, why are they important to us, and what should we be doing to protect them?

Power to the Pollinators!

This infographic is filled with important facts about pollinators and which plants support them! It's full of gardening tips as well.

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10 Interesting Facts About Honeybees

Bee Jar Game- cute fill the jars with pollen!

Bee Themed Pollen Counting Activity

INFOGRAPHIC: How to Identify the Docile Honeybee from its More Aggressive Counterparts

INFOGRAPHIC: How to Identify the Docile Honeybee from its More Aggressive Counterparts

INFOGRAPHIC: How to Identify the Docile Honeybee from its More Aggressive Counterparts. Honey bees are very unlikely to sting

Insects Are BEE-lightful --- Insect Labeling and Writing Craftivity! This set includes everything you need to create this adorable craftivity and let your students "Show What They Know"! It also makes a wonderful Spring bulletin board display!

Insect Labeling and Writing --- Insect Craftivity --- Insects Are BEE-lightful

If your class is studying insects and you're looking for a fun way to apply "what we know" about insect parts, then you'll love this Insect Labeling and Writing Craftivity!

image from buzzy bee girl  (a great blog about bees) Bees are on the decline, particularly honey bees.  Without bees and other pollinators, every gardener knows that plants just won’t do what they are meant to.   This summer, I noticed in my own garden the proliferation of squash blossoms that never became zucchini and pumpkins, …

Encouraging Native Bees with Insect Walls

zen-industrial Alternatively these creations by Greg Corman of Zen Industrial in Tucson, Arizona are created from salvaged materials. Greg uses his scuplture to provide habitats for native, stingless bees (not honeybees).

Worker bee.  http://brandondonnalee.org/category/blankenship-farms/

Bees are social insects which live in organised communities. They live in colonies usually of between insects.

How to Make a Butterfly Feeder | This simple DIY butterfly feeder makes a wonderful addition to any garden or flower bed. Records show that the numbers of butterflies, bees, and other pollinators are declining, so they really need our help! This simple feeder, made from a mason jar, some twine, and a piece of sponge, will help attract these friendly insects to your garden and give them a place to refuel. It's a win-win! | TraditionalCookingSchool.com

How To Make A DIY Butterfly Feeder For Your Garden

How to Make a Butterfly Feeder This simple DIY butterfly feeder makes a wonderful addition to any garden or flower bed. Records show that the numbers of butterflies, bees, and other pollinators are declining, so they really need our help! This simple fe

Scientist Antione Magnan proved that bumblebees are incapable of flight.  In his 1934 book, ‘Le Vol des Insectes’, he says, ”...prompted by what is done in avia

Scientist Antione Magnan proved that bumblebees are incapable of flight. In his 1934 book, ‘Le Vol des Insectes’, he says, ”.prompted by what is done in avia

Bombyliidae. The Bombyliidae are bee flies feeding on nectar and pollen. Sooo cute! They look like flying pussy willows!

19 Creatures That Conclusively Prove Size Isn't Everthing

Amazing Photos of the Earth’s Weirdest Creatures at the 2013 Insect Academy Awards

¡¿Quien querría un BUG HOTEL?!  //  How to Build a Bug Hotel

How to Build a Bug Hotel

Build a Bug Hotel - Garden Therapy. A bug hotel is part garden art and part winter habitat for beneficial insects.

IPhotographer Ireneusz Irass Waledzik - collection of fascinating facet eyes of dragonflies, bees and flies.

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Photographer Ireneusz Irass Waledzik - collection of fascinating facet eyes of dragonflies, bees and flies. ~Insect faces only a mother could love!

squaredoor:  image: Where to grow your insect army, a solitary bee house photographed by itsjustanalias  guardian article In defense of the solitary bee, who are vital pollinators and whose future is jeopardised by many of the same problems as the honey bee.

squaredoor: image: Where to grow your insect army, a solitary bee house? Gaurdian article in defense of the solitary bee, who are vital pollinators and whose future is jeopardised by many of the same problems as the honey bee❤️

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