Migratory Species & Pollinators

Pollinators and migratory species are at risk. But you can help them soar once more!

Our effect on our planet has been unnecessarily destructive. What did you have for breakfast this morning? Odds are you consumed a product pollinated by bees or other pollinators. And the global ecosystems upon which we depend are shaped by migratory species. As all species are facing the consequences of human development, climate crisis, habitat loss, pollution and more, so too do these vital species.

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What’s happening to migratory species and pollinators?

Pollinating animals help to make sure that important plant species continue to thrive. Birds, bats, butterflies, moths, flies, beetles, wasps, and small mammals drink nectar, feed off pollen, eat seeds and/or nuts and in so help to pollinate and grow the trees, fruit, grains and plants upon which we and millions of other species depend. Habitat loss, pollution, the climate crisis and things like harmful pesticides threaten pollinator survival, and since 1942 bee populations have been cut in half.

While pollinators help our world grow, migratory species keep the flow of what grows. Tremendous migrations of birds, whales and other wildlife help shape ecosystems and important food chains around the world. The same things that threaten pollinators also threaten migratory species, and on top of all that, they face the challenge of human-made physical barriers like development, cities, light pollution and walls.

We have hope that there’s still a window of time to do something about it…that hope is you!

We, as humans, are fortunate to share the Earth with such a magnificent diversity of life forms, but Earth’s biodiversity is dwindling at an alarming rate.

Dr. Jane Goodall, DBE, Founder the Jane Goodall Institute, UN Messenger of Peace
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