Wildlife Habitat Council: Plants and Pollinators with Dr. Stephen Buchmann

In anticipation of National Pollinator Week, June 15-21, join renowned author Dr. Stephen Buchmann for a memorable conversation about pollinators and the plants to which they are intimately linked.

Dr. Buchmann first called our attention to the world of pollinators through his book “The Forgotten Pollinators” and will share his stunning photos, scientific knowledge, and engaging stories as he previews his latest book, “The Reason for Flowers.”

Dr. Buchmann is perhaps the world’s foremost authority on native and honey bees, and plant/pollinator interactions. His research interests include native bee nesting behavior, conservation biology and pollination ecology, especially buzz pollination. Holding a Ph.D. in Entomology, Dr. Buchmann is an Adjunct Scientist at the University of Arizona, as well as a Scientist-At-Large for the Pollinator Partnership and President of the Board of Trustees for the Drylands Institute.

Course highlights
Learn about the fascinating and complex world of pollination
Get an update on the current state of pollinators

Dr. Stephen Buchmann, Scientist-At-Large, Pollinator Partnership

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Science Topics
Biology, Botany, Zoology
Bees & Wasps

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