A growing body of research suggests that human-dense cities and flourishing wildlife aren't incompatible after all.
Researchers found that urban gardens and allotments provide especially good habitat for pollinator communities.
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Bees are an essential part of food production and a healthy ecosystem, so following the rise and fall their populations is essential.
As bee populations decline, so do their pollination services. Researchers have developed a new acoustic monitoring method to measure bees' productivity.
An annual Woodstock for honeybees highlights one of the factors leading to the pollinators' decline in North America. Perhaps keeping bees at home is the solution.