Get ready to learn about the birds and the bees! That’s the story of pollination – when flowers use animals to help them get their pollen from place to place so they can make seeds.
With Halloween just around the corner, there are few animals that generate more attention this time of
year than bats.
Bees and butterflies often act as pollinators, helping with the transfer of pollen from one flower to another.
Learn how you can plant and grow milkweed yourself!
Planting milkweed is a one of the many ways you can help the monarch butterfly.
Your Pollination Station
Can you connect each “bee” with its home?
You might enjoy a delicious peach or slice of watermelon this summer, and it’s largely in thanks to our pollinating friends: the BEES!
Filmmaker Louie Schwartzberg shows us the intricate world of pollen and pollinators with gorgeous high-speed images from his film “Wings of Life,” inspired by the vanishing of one of nature’s primary pollinators, the honeybee.
We’re all thawing out from winter’s chill, and for bees and flowers this season is about one thing: Feeding and fertilizing.
In this episode we travel to a world without bees. And not just honey bees, all bees.
In this activity, students learn about plant reproduction and use real data to construct explanations about which flowers are the most attractive to different pollinators.