Bee Books:
Wild Bees I.D. & Conservation

If you are looking for a conservation book about bees (wild bees) or identification books, why not check out the following. I refer to some of these specifically during my presentation, and also for information when I am writing articles or web site content.

Bumblebees Behaviour And Ecology - by Dave Goulson
An excellent conservation book, which also provides detailed information about the bumblebee life cycle, foraging behaviour etc. Please note, this is not a book providing an identification guide, and is not UK species specific. This book refers to scientific studies (UK and overseas), yet is easy to read. Definitely one of my favourite bee books!

Field Guide to the Bumblebees of Great Britain & Ireland - by Mike Edwards & Martin Jenner.
Very handy bumblebee identification guide, for species specific to Great Britain and Ireland. Some useful general information about bumblebees, with great information to help you identify the different species. They have managed to provide key information yet the book is a very hand size.

An I.D. guide to North American bumblebees - see my review here.

Attracting Native Pollinators: The Xerces Society Guide to Conserving North American Bees and Butterflies and Their Habitat [Paperback].
The title speaks for itself - a publication from the excelllent Xerces Society.

If you are interested in bee books, you may also be interested in my links about bee pollination, as well as my lists of bee plants.

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