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Attracting Native Pollinators: The Xerces Society Guide to Protecting North America’s Bees and Butterflies

Articles: Attracting Native Pollinators: The Xerces Society Guide to Protecting North America’s Bees and Butterflies

The colorful cover of Attracting Native Pollinators draws the reader in with beautiful photographs and a succinct synopsis of the contents:

"Ensure pollination in your garden, orchard, or farm; identify flower-visiting insects of your region; provide host plants and nesting sites for bees and butterflies; and create a landscape that is beautiful, diverse, and pollinator friendly."

The Xerces Society is a nonprofit organization whose mission is to protect wildlife through the conservation of both invertebrates and their habitats. The Society fills a critical gap on the gardener's bookshelf with the publication of this unique book. Part three, alone, Bees of North America, is indispensable to any gardener interested in insects. Here, each bee family is described in a few paragraphs, accompanied by spectacular macro photographs that illustrate the key characteristics of each.

Attracting Native Pollinators includes an abundance of useful illustrations, including photographs, drawings, and charts. The authors remind the rusty gardener of the names of flower parts and cover a bit of basic entomology. They describe social behavior and natural history of native and honey bees, an...

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