Why Bees Make the Best Pollinators 

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Flowers rely on insects, birds and environmental forces to help them reproduce. During a process called pollination, pollen transfers from one flower to another flower of the same species, allowing them to produce seeds. Seeds will eventually grow into a new flower, beginning the process all over again.  Because most plants don’t have legs or…

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What You Should Know About Pollinators

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About 95% of the time, if you were to ask someone about pollinators, they would immediately talk about honey bees. Honey bees are the best known pollinators. In fact, they are the most prevalent pollinators in nature. They play a vital role, but they are not the only insects or animals that contribute to the…

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3 Easy Ways to Help Bees and Other Pollinators

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Are you wanting to help honey bees, but have no idea where to start? Are you concerned about the decline in honey bee populations? Do you care about protecting the environment? Luckily, there are a number of simple things you can do to help bees and other pollinators that only take a little bit of…

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Pollinators: More Than Just Bees

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Over here at D-Tek Live Bee Removal, it’s no secret that we are big fans of the honeybee. We love their industrious natures and appreciate all the work they do to make honey and pollinate our flowers and crops. Without them, our food system would look dramatically different.  But did you know that bees are…

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Choose Wildflowers for a Bee-Friendly Garden

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If you are a regular reader of our blog, then you may have read our last post about how you can help save honeybees. In that article, we share some practical ways that you can support honeybees as well as other pollinator populations. Here are just six ways you can do your part to help…

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