The Xerces Society’s Pollinator Conservation Resource Center is now on-line!

It has a clickable map of North America; you can find all sorts of resources indexed there.  For example, there is a Guide to Upper Midwest plants for Native Bees! Enjoy the downloading.

I could not resist this photo of an adorable little bee, even if it isn’t a North American bee; the colors were so lovely! Thanks to AussieGal for sharing!

Posted by Gwen Pearson

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

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  1. It’s a little disturbing that they recommend squill as a bee plant for the midwest when it’s an invasive species. Catmint is none too well-behaved either.

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