You really can help save bees by planting wildflowers

Flower-rich areas may make bumblebees four times more likely to survive Lucy Hulmes A red-tailed bumblebee (Bombus lapidarius) forages for a sweet snack. In America and Europe, bees are in trouble. And with politicians looking to gut the Endangered Species Act, it doesn’t look like these fuzzy pollinators can expect much help from the federal government.…

One Response to You really can help save bees by planting wildflowers

  1. William Hicks March 16, 2017 at 1:35 pm

    Maybe these “fuzzy bumble bee’s” would be protected if EPA funds were not so squandered.

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