I recently wrote a guest post for the Capital Institute, focusing mainly on how my photographic observations have led to my bee advocacy work at savebees.buzz and on Twitter @savebees
If you’re interested in learning a bit more about me, check out the story here: Seeing is beelieving
Incidentally, the wildflower meadow pictured in the second article is now awash with plants getting ready to flower… we planted 150,000 seeds in a 2,500 square foot patch!
Recently published (March 2011), the Xerces Society’s new book Attracting Native Pollinators is a beautiful and rich (380 pages!) source of information and inspiration on pollinators and creating their habitat. Together with their new Seed Store (which will soon be including smaller amounts more suitable to smaller spaces), these two resources from the Xerces Society provide everything one could need to prepare and manage a successful bee garden!
Featuring stunning photography (and I don’t say that just because seven of my pollinator photos are included :), book sections include steps for taking action to provide pollinator habitat, detailed bee identification, recommended plants by region, and sample garden ideas.