This is not the casualty of an overzealous kids' birthday party, but the consequence of a large and pernicious trend: th...

This is not the casualty of an overzealous kids' birthday party, but the consequence of a large and pernicious trend: the decline of pollinators. Shrinking populations of bees, butterflies, and other species "is the most pressing biodiversity issue of our time," says Eric Mader, the pollinator program co-director for The Xerces Society, an organization dedicated to insect conservation.

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