Helen Morse

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Helen has a BSc (Hons) Wildlife Conservation (Plymouth) , MSc Applied Ecology (Exeter). Her main interests lie in pollinator behaviour and ecology. Helen first became interested in pollinators during her undergraduate degree where she studied the foraging behaviour of bumblebees in agricultural field margins. More recently she played a key role in the Urban Pollinators project which you can find out more about through the link above.

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Come Dine With Bee

University of Bristol Scientists have a vision to help gardeners create pollinator paradises all over the UK. First they need your help so they can find out which garden plants provide the best sources of pollen and nectar for pollinating insects. This will enable them to advise gardeners and urban land managers on the best plants for pollinating insects. Insect pollinators are under threat but we can help them by planting flowers that provide good sources of pollen and nectar throughout the whole year

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