Urban environments like Decatur provide critical habitat for pollinators and other beneficial species. Please say you'll pledge to help support them!
Calling all citizen scientists! Georgia's second annual polliantor census happens on August 21 and 22, 2020! Sign up to participate and count with us.
GNPS promotes the stewardship and conservation of Georgia’s native plants and their habitats through education and with the involvement of individuals and organizations.
Many plant retailers tend to grow mostly exotics, hybrids and named cultivars that may or may not provide the food and nesting sources our native pollinators need to thrive. Furthermore, most of those plants are treated with pesticides, many of which harm pollinators. Instead, support these local native plant growers.
MAG works together with teachers, students, families, communities, businesses and others to study monarchs and restore butterfly habitat across the state. Its mission is to inspire caretakers of the natural environment through monarch and pollinator education..
A honey bee swarm looks like a big ball of bees on branch, bush or fence. A local beekeeper can help give those bees a proper home.
Have honey bees taken up residence inside your home? If so, you need a professional to remove them. Georgia Bee Removal are experts in the field and have completed thousands of removals, relocating honey bees to apiaries in north Georgia.
The Xerces Society for Invertebrate Conservation, which administers the Bee City USA program, is an international nonprofit organization that protects the natural world through the conservation of invertebrates and their habitats. Three key program areas include Pollinator Conservation, Endangered Species Conservation and Reducing Pesticide Use and Impacts.
The Bee City USA program endorses a set of commitments, defined in a resolution, for creating sustainable habitats for native pollinators, which are vital to feeding the planet. Incorporated cities, towns, and communities across America are invited to make these commitments and become certified as a Bee City USA affiliate.
From bumbles to carpenters, masons to miners, this site is a comprehensive guide to the more than 500 species of native bees that call Georgia home.
This online community of naturalists is our first stop for identifying bees and other insect pollinators we observe!
Pollinator Partnership’s mission is to promote the health of pollinators, critical to food and ecosystems, through conservation, education, and research. Signature initiatives include the NAPPC (North American Pollinator Protection Campaign), National Pollinator Week, and the Ecoregional Planting Guides.