Life, as we know it, depends on...Pollinators

"Nature is to be found in her entirety nowhere more than in her smallest creatures." -- Pliny the Elder

More than 75 percent of the Earth's flowering plants depend on bees, butterflies, birds, bats, and other pollinators. Yet scientists have noted that these hardworking insects and other animals are in trouble.

Learn more about pollinators, why they are important, and how we can help them. Our own well-being and the welfare of our planet rests upon their wings. 

A close-up image of a bee

What is a Pollinator?

Learn why pollinators are so important to our health.


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