Biology, Ecology, Natural History
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Citizen Science for All
40% of the Broads National Park is made up of highly biodiverse fen and grazing marsh habitats. The huge variety of flowering plants found in both these habitats provide essential nectar for a range of pollinators. In return, these pollinators ensure the plants are pollinated and able to produce viable seeds for the following year. The pollinators also pollinate the crops in the surrounding farmland providing a crucial ecosystem service. Come meet some of these important insects.
Read our post: "Broads Uncovered: Pollinators
" to learn more.
Then download the PDFs below to access our pollinator friendly activities.