Bees and butterflies often act as pollinators, helping with the transfer of pollen from one flower to another.
When a pollinator visits a plant to get nectar, it picks up pollen, as well. When it visits another plant, it leaves the pollen behind, enabling that plant to reproduce.
Focus Wild Arizona Activity Sheets: From 2006-2013, each issue of the Department’s Arizona Wildlife Views magazine featured a new education article. These articles were intended for younger children and include some vocabulary and a fun activity. All of these articles are now available on our website.