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Help Save Australia's Native Bees!

Thousands of nests of Australian native bees are destroyed each year because so few people are aware of the beauty and value of these fascinating insects. Australia has over 1,500 species of native bees which live in a wide variety of nest sites. Their nests can often be accidentally destroyed through landscaping, gardening and land clearing activities. Some examples include:

* Previously called Trigona - Why has their name been changed?

Have You Found a Stingless Bee Nest in the Bush?
Find out how you can help save nests of stingless bees with the Bee Tracker website!

Click here to learn 5 other practical ways you can help save these beautiful visitors to your garden or farm.

Bee enthusiasts in England are also supporting their local native bees in spectacular ways!
See the world-record-breaking beehouses that they built for their local solitary bees.

Learn More!

The Australian Native Bee Research Centre is working to save the native bees of Australia through their research and public awareness programs.

The Australian Native Bee Research Centre sells information booklets, field guide and the back issues of the Aussie Bee bulletin, to distribute information on all native bee species to the Australian public.

Another Way to Help Save Native Bees: Support the Australian Native Bee Research Centre. Can You Help?

The Australian Native Bee Research Centre is privately funded. Donations from the public are of great assistance in the Centre's work to save the native bees of Australia. Sales of the booklets, field guide and other products also support the work of the Australian Native Bee Research Centre.

"Yes! I would like to help save native bees by making a donation to the Australian Native Bee Research Centre."

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