Considering that honey bees and native pollinators already face challenges in finding forage due to habitat degradation and other factors, the introduction of honey bees can put even more strain on native bee populations.
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.
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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.
The Sixth Great Mass Extinction on Earth is happening right now.
Spend time in your backyard and learn all you can do to support biodiversity.
The Great Pollen Nation. Bee aware. Bee proactive. Bee heroic.
We hope you are taking every precaution to be safe during this challenging time. When crises strike, even the bee colony responds as one, and works
together as one.