This spring, my bees and I experienced the closest of dangers with raging wildfires in the southern Rockies. The fire, which started as a “controlled” burn, turned quite the opposite and merged with another “controlled” burn.
Despite the widespread usage of neonicotinoids for protecting crops from predatory insects, this class of substances has been shown to pose substantial risk to bee populations, both killing them directly and affecting their behavior and productivity.
World Bee Day is May 20! Learn about pollinators, learn how you can help protect pollinators; take action to protect bees and other pollinators, your food supply, and a healthy planet.
Spend time in your backyard and learn all you can do to support biodiversity.
Bring conservation and science to life with virtual events featuring WWF experts, who share stories about protecting species and habitats around the world.