BY THOMPSON HYGGEN, POLLINATOR LEADERSHIP TEAM AND POLLINATOR PARTNERSHIP CANADA SUMMER INTERN
Youth often have unique perspectives on current issues but sometimes don’t have an opportunity to act on these. Myself, along with 16 other young people from Victoria, British Columbia, Canada, were given a chance to learn about pollinators, and then organize and carry out a pollinator monitoring and outreach project. Read more!
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Mason bee homes are simple and can be bought or home made. Unfortunately, many of them are not built properly to help support healthy and thriving mason bees. But, if you keep just a few things in mind, you’ll have a buzzing and beautiful bee house. Read more!
BY ANTHONY COLANGELO
As the summer season ends and the cooler weather approaches, once magnificent and colourful flowers begin to wither and wilt, while previously buzzing gardens become stems of silence. But where do the pollinators go?
BY KATHLEEN LAW
Here in downtown Toronto, Monarchs were a common and plentiful sight from July well into October, and I even spotted a few stragglers in early November. Does that mean their population, which has declined by about 90% in the last 25 years, has rebounded?