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Pollinator Awareness

Being pollinator friendly is saving butterflies, bees and other pollinators of plants that provide food for us and other animals.

Easy Action: Plant local plants in your garden to attract pollinators.

How the Houston Zoo Helps

Surrounding the Conservation Stage in the Front Entry Plaza of the Zoo, are pollinator friendly plants with signs identifying the type of plant. These are here for you to take pictures of and to bring to your local nursery to help you find pollinator friendly plants to place in your own garden.

The Houston Zoo provides habitats for pollinators through Pollinator Stations and butterfly gardens located throughout the Zoo.

How You Can Help

Become a Pollinator Pal at the Naturally Wild Swap Shop.

Build your own Pollination Station.

Download this Plant Shopping Guide with plants that help pollinators!

Lemur Researcher Dr. Jonah Ratsimbazafy Trains the Next Generation of Wildlife Saving Heroes
July 16, 2019

Lemur Researcher Dr. Jonah Ratsimbazafy Trains the Next Generation of Wildlife Saving Heroes

I Am A Pollinator Pal
July 5, 2019

I Am A Pollinator Pal

I am a Pollinator Pal
May 16, 2019

I am a Pollinator Pal

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