How to Attract Bees and Other Native Pollinators With a Foraging Habitat

By designing a habitat with a diverse array of the right plants, planted in the right places, you can support and attract bees and other native pollinators.



“Attracting Native Pollinators” (Storey Publishing, 2011) is a comprehensive guidebook for people who want to protect and encourage the activity of the native pollinators of North America.
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When designing your pollinator habitat, take into consideration the flight range of pollinators. Small bees such as this sweat bee (genus Halictus) fly less far than large ones.
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