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Bee Guardian Project – Stage 2 Trial

By: Michael Fox I am often asked: “How do I to get native bees to move into my Bee Home?” People are often thinking of the Native Stingless Bees Tetragonula sp. which, unlike solitary native bees, form colonies and make … Continue reading

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Understanding community participation in urban conservation

By: Michael Fox Understanding the motivations and challenges of community members already engaged in creating urban wildlife habitat, is a valuable step in building communications strategies to drive behaviour change across the broader community. Therefore, Jake Slinger’s university research thesis … Continue reading

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Hovering Hawk Moths in your garden

By: Michael Fox In 1862 Charles Darwin wrote to a friend at Kew [Gardens] “I have just received such a Box full from Mr Bateman with the astounding Angraecum sesquipedalia [sic] with a nectary a foot long. Good Heavens what … Continue reading

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Cute Domino Coukoo Bee found

By: Michael Fox Bored being stuck at home? Explore your backyard looking for  some of the 2,000 plus species of solitary native bees, or just admire the many butterflies that have appeared since the rain.     I found this … Continue reading

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