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Celebrating Pollinators: Earth Month 2021

Whether they crawl, float, flap, fly, hum, or buzz, they’re responsible for a large portion of the food you eat every day. We couldn’t exist without pollinators, yet barely notice them on a daily basis. 

This guide to resources on pollinators was created in celebration of Earth Month at Arizona State University.  We hope you’ll enjoy browsing the books and films we’ve selected. Be sure to check out the section on Citizen Science, which is full of exciting ways to get involved.

lady bug on a flower


Anna's Hummingbird in flightBee and Hummingbird Face each other mid-flightgbee on flower


Hummingbird with bee photo © 2021 Tony Battiste. Used with permission.

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