Here are the 3 latest books about honeybees and native pollinators. They are listed in order of these 3 questions: What are they, why are they essential to us, and how can we help them flourish. These books are in the Baltimore County libraries and their Dewey Decimal numbers are included, below:
Keeping the Bees Why All Bees Are at Risk and What We Can Do to Save them by Laurence Packer 595.79 P A fascinating glimpse into the world of bee research.
Bee Time Lessons From The Hive by Mark L. Winston 595.79 W No other book celebrates the long relationship between humans and honeybees as powerfully . . .an insightful analysis of some of the serious environmental problems facing us today.
The Xerces Society Guide Attracting Native Pollinators Protecting North America’s Bees and Butterflies 631.52 A A step by step guide for changing our stewardship of the earth . . . by creating floral and nesting habitat, bees, butterflies, and countless other wildlife species will prosper.