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View Resource The Birds and the Bees: Pollination and Dispersal

This pdf document, from the Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden, provides a brief overview of pollination and dispersal. The resource contains a nice comparative list of several "pollinator types and their respective pollination syndromes." Included in the document, is a chart of common pollinators and flower types that those who are new to the subject will find very helpful.

View Resource Plants and Animals: Partners in Pollination

This website from the Smithsonian Center for Education and Museum Studies, is one of many lesson plans available through their Education Center. This lesson is designed for middle school, but could easily be adapted for high school and post secondary classes. , Visitors to the site will find three pollination lesson plans available for online viewing or .pdf download, along with a page of further...

View Resource Topic in Depth - Pollination

Tis' the season of new life, and pollinators are in the air. The following websites offer information and resources for learning about the finer points of biotic and abiotic pollination.

View Resource Wings and Seeds: The Zaagkii Project

The Cedar Tree Institute, the Keweenaw Bay Indian Community and the United States Forest Service have collaborated to create a greenhouse, build bee and butterfly houses, and plant dozens of native species in Upper Michigan since 2008. The Cedar Tree Institute, which works specifically with Native American communities, describes this project on this website as "an intentional connection between...

View Resource University of Northern British Columbia: Abiotic Pollination References

From the University of Northern British Columbia, this site contains a list of references on abiotic pollination compiled by Dr. Joe Ackerman. References are arranged by topic, and contain information on both anemophily (wind pollination) and hydrophily (water pollination). This is a great site for anyone who is looking for abiotic pollination materials.

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