Video: Rob King, Audio: Sarah peebles
"Resonating Bodies” is a series of integrated media installations, community outreach projects and educational initiatives which focuses on biodiversity of pollinators indigenous to the natural and urban ecosystems of Canada, with special focus on the city Toronto.
Most species of bees are solitary: they do not live in colonies, and do not make honey or beeswax. Learn more about biodiversity of Canada's bees and wasps.
- Balls Falls Conservation Area
- Bee Biodiversity
- The Art
- Odes to Solitary Bees (2010 – 2011)
- Amplified Habitat Installations for Wild Bees (2009 onward)
- Bumble Domicile (2008)
- Art and Ethics
- Resonating Bodies on YouTube
- The Talks
Bumble Bee DNA: Detail of a bar code derived from the DNA of Bombus griseocollis. More about DNA Barcodes
pollinator.org Pollinator Partnership provides information on pollinator-habitat conservation, pollinator gardens, co- evolution and more. Pollinator Partnership is a tri-national organization; this site brings together information regarding Mexico, the United States and Canada.