RE: Protect bees and bumblebees - it's worth it! :) / Schützt Bienen und Hummeln - es lohnt sich! :)
We all must save and protect bees because if they are vanished from earth then humans will also vanish from earth that's for sure. Over the last two many years, the rusty-patched bumble bee has disappeared from most of its usual variety, and its final populations are small. The major threats to this and other pollinators incorporate habitat loss, sickness and pathogens, pesticides, and a changing local weather. Unlike honeybees, bumble bees don't store honey, making them more inclined to gaps in availability of vegetation and severe climate pursuits.
The rusty-patched bumble bee most effective exists in small populations in a number of areas of the higher Midwest. It's still located in southern Wisconsin, including at the institution of WisconMadison Arboretum, the place our restored prairies, savannas, and woodlands furnish the varied native plant habitat they have to live to tell the tale. The Arboretum invitations visitors to detect and be trained about bumble bees, and we teach students and volunteers to aid monitor them. The landscapes maintained by way of the Arboretum aid us be trained easy methods to restore and increase pollinator habitat.