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Pollinator Links
Picture of Pink-spotted hawk moth. Photograph by Dr. Robert Raguso.
The pink-spotted hawk moth (Agrius cingulata) visiting a blossom of Datura at the Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum. Hawk Moths or Sphinx Moths were featured as the U.S. Forest Service's "Pollinator of the Month." Photograph by Dr. Robert Raguso.

Fish Hatchery Gardens
Learn more about the native plant garden at North Attleboro National Fish Hatchery.

Additional information about pollinators:
U.S. Forest Service – Celebrating Wildflowers! Pollinator pages
Arizona – Sonora Desert Museum: Migratory Pollinators
North American Pollinator Protection Campaign
The Xerces Society – Pollinator Conservation Program

Planting guides for pollinators:
Oregon Natural Resource Conservation Service (NRCS) Plants for Pollinators in Oregon pdf file icon

Information on making nests for bees:
U.S. Department of Agriculture, Agricultural Research Service – Build a Nesting Block

U.S. Forest Service – Celebrating Wildflowers!  Create homes for Wild bees
The Xerces Society – Pollinator Conservation Program – Nests For Solitary Bees

Bee biology:
The Xerces Society – Pollinator Conservation Program – Biology and Life Cycles of Our Native Bees

National Wildlife Refuges (NWR) butterfly information:
   –  Butterfly Lists

Maryland –
    Eastern Neck NWR –
       butterfly list
       Bayview butterfly trail description and map pdf file icon

Texas –
    Anahuac NWR butterfly list
    Santa Ana NWR – butterfly list
    Aransas NWR Complex – butterfly list

   –  Butterfly Gardens

    Arthur R. Marshall Loxahatchee NWR
    Lower Suwannee NWR
    Blackwater NWR

   –  Endangered Butterflies

    Antioch Dunes NWR
    Salinas River NWR

    Necedah NWR
    Blackwater NWR

Other Links:
Memorandum of Understanding with Coevolution Institute/North American Pollinator Protection Campaign pdf file icon


Last Updated: June 21, 2010