Here are some great websites & resources that will help you understand, nurture and identify your local species.
MAKE HABITAT FOR NATIVE BEES! Download these resources (link on instruction sheet) to learn how to make an insect hotel and a mud brick for blue-banded bees plus tips about installation, planting, ID and monitoring. More resources to support The Super Pollinators click here.
Leech M, 2012, Bee Friendly: A Planting Guide for European Honeybees and Australian Native Pollinators, for Australian Government Rural Industries and Development Centre, Australian Government.
An academic book for 7-11 yo children written by our founder about the importance of tree hollows for Australian fauna. Published October 2019 by CSIRO with teaching resources available. More information here.
This aphid mimics a fluffy seed or feather for camouflage. How clever!
ATLAS OF LIVING AUSTRALIA
Use the ‘explore your area’ links to discover the species in an area as small as 1km around your address. This is also the perfect tool to help access where creating corridors and stepping stones would be most beneficial.