Wood species list – This week, the rusty patched bumblebee (Bombus affinis) turned into the first bee in the contiguous United States to be officially listed as an endangered species. The native bumblebee, once general in the eastern U.S. And higher Midwest, will now receive federal protection below the Endangered Species Act so that you could save you its extinction. "The importance of its record is enormous," says Rich Hatfield, senior endangered species conservation biologist on the Xerces Society. "It is an acknowledgement from the Fish and Wildlife Service that this species has certainly passed through vital precipitous decline, and is deserving of federal motion to give protection to it from extinction.". The U.S. Has acted to offer protection to the rusty patched bumblebee, whose numbers have plunged. Here’s what you can do at home. How You Can Help the First Endangered U.S. Bee Species
September 11, 2017
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