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Fireflies are an iconic part of nature celebrated across the United States; however, these flagship species may currently be in decline. The following resources, published by our partners at the Xerces Society for Invertebrate Conservation, offer information on firefly ecological and cultural importance, their life cycle, and guidance on mitigating threats and providing suitable habitat for fireflies in natural areas.
Webinar archives after 2019 can be found on the Webinar Archive page. Available to members or paying attendees.
Talk 1: Native Bees and Large Mammals: Vertebrate - Invertebrate Interactions in Riparian Natural Areas
Talk 2: Partnering with Pollinators: Prairie Restoration to Support Diverse Pollinating Insects
Video length - 1:20:19
Talk 1: Management Considerations of Pollinating Bats on Wind and Solar Farms
Talk 2: Utility Right-of-Way Management that Supports Pollinators and Safe Energy Transmission
Talk 1: Best Management Practices for Pollinators: Creating Practices that are Meaningful and Implementable for Rangelands
Talk 2: Calculated Floral Resource Withdrawal by Managed Honeybees in Light of Native Bee Reproduction
Authors: Stephanie McKnight, Candace Fallon, Emma Pelton, Rich Hatfield, Aimee Code, Jennifer Hopwood, Sarina Jepsen, and Scott Hoffman Black
Authors: Matthew L. Forister, Emma Pelton, and Scott Hoffman Black
Webinar in the 2018 NAA Pollinator Management Series
Speaker: Kelly Rourke, Senior Program Manager - Pollinator Partnership
Ferncliff Natural Area, photo by Greg Funka
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