Biological Diversity Day

This year’s Biodiversity Day stars need no introduction to the scientific world.

The reigning pollination champions for the last hundred million years, the venemous fuzzy little buzzers…

Weighing in at a tenth of a gram, crawling at less than an inch long, the undisputed, irreputable, incontestable, most important species on the planet Earth, the Bee!

With a global population of over two trillion bees, these fascinating winged insects are the most important pollinators on the planet.
They are crucial to the health of natural ecosystems, ensuring not only survival but also diversity for countless species globally.


Over a quarter million species of flowering plants are dependent on bees. 
They are integral to global biodiversity and could possibly maintain the balance of entire biomes.


Endangered Species!

There are several species of bees currently listed as endangered.

Many populations have declined significantly in recent years due to habitat loss, pesticides, and disease.

There are many theories about what may happen if bees are eradicated, but the truth is, nobody knows for certain.

We can all agree that it would be best to never find out. 

Let’s protect bees, and all creatures, big and small, and never have to watch another species disappear forever.

Biodiversity Day draws attention to the importance of all life on Earth and celebrates the differences between organisms. It is also a call to action for environmental conservation and protection. Here’s your cue: Go out and do something good for the natural world!

Biological Diversity Day

May 22, 2023

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