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Pollinator Partnership

July 20, 2012 by Bay Nature

Your source for pollinator information

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Gearing Up for the Great Bee Count

May 24, 2011 by Isaura Linares

For the third year in a row, San Francisco State University Professor Gretchen LeBuhn is helping thousands of people pitch in on a major research effort to count bees all across the country. This year, they are gearing up for the Great Bee Count. It's not till July, but now's a good time to get seeds in the ground so you'll be ready!

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In the Key of Bee

April 01, 2009 by Erik Vance

Gordon Frankie has an obsession, and he hopes it's contagious: In gardens around the Bay Area, dozens of species of native bees, many nothing like the more familiar but nonnative honeybee, await your discovery, and your help.


Bees, Butterflies, and Other Insect Pollinators

March 26, 2009 by Sue Rosenthal

Insects have fascinating lives and behaviors most of us never notice. But if you spend even 15 minutes watching bees ...

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Buzz Pollination

June 11, 2008 by Sue Rosenthal

What's the buzz on pollination? Bumblebees do it better!


What’s the Buzz? Native Bees!

January 01, 2003 by Mike Koslosky

They don't live in colonies, they rarely sting, and—if you plant natives—you might find some in your own backyard.

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Book Review: The Habitat Garden Book: Wildlife Landscaping for the San Francisco Bay Region

October 01, 2002 by Margarita Kloss

by Nancy BauerCoyote Ridge Press, 200156 pages, $14.95(707) 829-3910 In The Habitat Garden Book, Nancy Bauer deftly paints her philosophy: ...

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What makes wildflowers so colorful?

April 01, 2001 by Paul de Silva

At the precise moment we are looking at them, flowers are sending light rays back to us. But not all ...

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