Habitat de nidification pour les pollinisateurs indigènes

L'une des principales menaces qui pèsent sur les pollinisateurs au Canada est la perte d'un habitat biodiversifié sans pesticides. Ce sont des endroits sûrs où les pollinisateurs mangent, dorment, jouent et font leurs nids.
Retour aux ressources sur les pollinisateurs

Articles

Ground Nesting Bees in Your Backyard! (cornell.edu) View Article
Backyard Beeping with Solitary Bees (beetobloom.com) View Article
Bee Boxes Beware (nurturing-nature.co.uk) View Article
The Horrors of Mass-Produced Bee Houses (colinpurrington.com) View Article

PDF Documents

Building and Managing Bee Hotels for Wild Bees (pollinators.msu.edu) Download PDF
Nests for Native Bees (xerces.org) Download PDF
Tunnel Nests for Native Bees (xerces.org) Download PDF
Mowing and Management: Best Practices for Monarchs (monarchjointventure.org) Download PDF

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Pollinator Partnership Canada

pollinatorpartnership.ca

Pollinator Partnership Canada (P2C) is a registered not-for-profit organization dedicated exclusively to the protection and promotion of pollinators and their ecosystems through conservation, education, and research.

Xerces Society
xerces.org

The Xerces Society is a science-based conservation organization, working with diverse partners including scientists, land managers, educators, policymakers, farmers, and citizens.

Bee Better Certified
beebettercertified.org

Bee Better Certified partners with innovative farmers and food companies to protect bees and other pollinators in agricultural lands.

Save Our Monarchs
saveourmonarchs.org

Save Our Monarchs is a grassroots, non-profit organization dedicated to saving the embattled monarch butterflies.

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