Bees and Other Pollinators by James Kavanagh
About 75% of crop plants grown world wide depend on pollinators like bees, butterflies, bats, and other animals for reproduction. Bees alone are responsible for pollinating more species of plants on earth than any other animal. Bee populations have declined in recent years due to diseases, parasites, pesticides, and habitat loss.
This folding pocket guide reviews the world's top pollinators, how they build, behave, and reproduce in the wild and in managed colonies. It also highlights some of the more familiar and unique species and what you can do conserve and protect these amazing creatures! This convenient guide is an ideal, portable reference for bee-lovers and teachers alike.
Dimensions: 0.1" D x 3.7" W x 8.3" H