Making Room For Native Pollinators

CU Museum of Natural History, Entomology Collections

By: Seneca Kristjonsdottir North America is home to thousands of native pollinators. They range from the small metallic green sweat bees and large fuzzy bumble bees, to zipping humming birds, beetles, desert bats, and even some sloth species. The foundational role of these keystone species is often unnoticed, but their pollination services are essential to the …

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