bees

QUIZ: Can you name all of these animal groups?

Most of us know that a group of fish is called a school. And some might know that a group of crows is called a murder. But did you know …

Buzzworthy Mason Bee Condos

Schools can “bee” a friend to native pollinators with this classroom DIY project using recycled materials that teaches kids about the nesting habits and needs of native solitarily bee species. …

Get Our New Book: Attracting Birds, Butterflies and Other Backyard Wildlife

We’re excited to announce the publication of our wildlife habitat gardening how-to book Attracting Birds, Butterflies and Other Backyard Wildlife, Expanded Second Edition. Written by TV host and naturalist David Mizejewski, the book …

A Million Pollinator Gardens Create Hot Spots to Help Bees and Butterflies

The National Wildlife Federation is proud to announce that 1,040,000 gardens have successfully been registered under the Million Pollinator Garden Challenge  (MPGC) 2015-2018. We helped launch the Challenge and co-founded …

Edible Gardens: A Win-Win for Pollinators and People

Great Fall-Blooming Plants for Pollinators

Take Action and Beesponsible to Save the Bees

How Much Do You Know About Bees?

Bees are an incredibly important group of wildlife. The service they provide by pollinating both our agricultural crops as well as wild plants is critical for our food supply and …

Squash bee photo by Jack Schultz

BUZZworthy: NWF Teams Up With Beesponsible to Save Bees

The National Wildlife Federation has teamed up with Beesponsible to inspire and empower people to take action on behalf of declining bee populations. Bees are among our most important pollinators. …

New York City: Do You Hear the Buzz?

Pollinators in New York City, NY and across the country are buzzing with glee thanks to several huge National Wildlife Federation victories last week. Since 2014, NWF has partnered with …

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