Just in time for the holidays–Xerces has a new native bee calendar!calendar-cover

“The Xerces Society and the Great Sunflower Project are happy to offer the 2010 Native Bee Calendar, which was created by Celeste Ets-Hokin. With magnificent close-up photos by Rollin Coville, this calendar takes you on a tour of twelve commonly encountered types of native bees. Each month features a full-page pin-up of a different bee genus, accompanied by a brief summary of its preferred plants, nesting needs, notes on how to identify it, and of course, a complete day-by-day calendar for each month.

All orders must be received online by Monday, November 30, 2009. Calendars will be shipped to arrive by the holidays.

Price: $14.00 (including shipping).

Xerces Society

Sales of this calendar will directly benefit the conservation work of both organizations.”

What are you waiting for?

Posted by Gwen Pearson

Writer. Nerd. Insect Evangelist. Have you heard the good news? BUGS!

7 Comments

  1. I like my calendars how I like my women. COVERED IN BEEEEEEEEEES!

  2. Ordered mine last week.

  3. awesomeness! I’m going to get one; thanks for passing on the word.

  4. I hope that is not a picture of Anthidium manicatum they have….Could be another Anthidium I guess.

  5. Thanks for your shameless pandering, bug girl; it saves me from having to do quite so much of it! Keep up the good work. – Bee well, from the calendar creator.

  6. No problem! I am a big fan of Xerces :)

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