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Celebrating East African Pollinator Diversity!

Dear All

Many greetings from the rainforest in Western Kenya!

Am very pleased to share with you a recently complete book featuring and celebrating pollinator diversity in East Africa.

You can download the book through link by clicking on the cover image below:

Our Friends The Pollinators!
Click on image above to go to the page where you can download the book (opens a new window).

 

To whet your appetite here’s a sneak preview of some of the pages from the book:

pollinator-handbook-preview1

 

Pages from 'Our Friends The Pollinators: A Handbook of Pollinator Diversity and Conservation in East Africa'
Pages from ‘Our Friends The Pollinators: A Handbook of Pollinator Diversity and Conservation in East Africa’

You can download the book freely from this link:

http://discoverpollinators.org/pollinators/pollinator-handbook/

Please share this link and enjoy the beauty and wonder of East Africa’s pollinators!

Remember that ONE in THREE bites of food is thanks to a pollinator!

(PS – if you are unable to download it from the link, please send an email to insects.eanhs@gmail.com, and we will send you a soft copy).

Comments

  1. Clay Bolt
    USA
    May 5, 5:00 pm

    Hi Dino,

    This is a beautiful book! Thanks for sharing it. I just launched a multi-year project focusing on North America’s native bee species. This is a great source of inspiration!

    http://newswatch.nationalgeographic.com/2014/01/06/over-4000-reasons-to-love-and-protect-north-americas-native-bees/

    My best,
    Clay Bolt