Websites about bees and other pollinators that are not in English – can you add to my list?

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The book I’m currently completing is going to have a list of useful websites with information about bees and other pollinators, and pollination itself, that are not written in English.  Following a shout-out on Twitter I’ve come up with the following list – can anyone add to it?  There’s a lot of countries/languages missing.  Please respond in the comments section or send me an email:












French Canadian:










With thanks to everyone on Twitter who responded.


Filed under Bees, Biodiversity, Pollination

31 responses to “Websites about bees and other pollinators that are not in English – can you add to my list?

  1. Nicolas Vereecken

    Hi Jeff; perhaps it would be better to sort them by country and not language? Our bee atlas (wildbnb) is in FR/EN and we are based in Belgium, so technically it is not “Belgian” as there is no Belgian language in the strict sense… we speak French, Dutch, German (our 3 national languages)… and occasionally a bit of English, too.

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  2. Hi! The Finnish Beekeepers´ Association has a website on pollination, (in Finnish).

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  3. The dutch Butterfly ( and bee foundation ( have a website. Especially the vlinderstichting website is nice for more information about butterflies and moths, but not specifically related to pollination. But and, which you already have listed here, are the best dutch websites available on this topic.

    The website you listed should be moved to Belgian. It is about France/Wallonia/Flanders pollinator conservation and not about the Netherlands!
    good luck with the compilation! I will still ask around in the university here for some czech websites…

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  4. Jemma Buck

    I am not a bee expert, but I live in France as an ex-pat. I’ve been trying to learn more about bees, and mostly use the Steven Falk site, but also compare to more european ones from time to time. Came across the following : — looks quite interesting and relatively easy to follow, but I haven’t a clue how reliable it is
    I’m seeing an entomologist friend this weekend (we’re running a moth night!), so I’ll ask him

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  5. Cristiana Koschnitzke

    Hi Jeff, at the National Museum of the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, we have a green area and my students and I have been observing the flowers that are visited by the bees. It’s amazing how inside an urban center we have so many species of native bees! The partial result of our work is in

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    Hi. This is a Mexican website.

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  7. Le Monde des Insectes Hymenoptere section — forum, references, gallery. Extremely reliable and associated with OPIE

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    Um sitio brasileiro:

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  9. This is a national French organisation and is often used as a reference for research on bees in France. INRA : Amelia

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  10. Hi Jeff,

    is a site to inform various stakeholders on how to conserve bees (wild and domestic).

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