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Native Bees | The Unsung Heroes of the Desert

Native Bees | The Unsung Heroes of the Desert

Spring brings an astounding display of desert wildflowers thanks to behind-the-scenes contributions of winter rains and native bees. Flowers rely on bee pollinators to create seeds for the next season’s blooms. Native bees’ relationship with plants extends...
Milkweeds, monarchs and pollinators in a changing climate

Milkweeds, monarchs and pollinators in a changing climate

As monarch butterfly populations experience declines of up to 99%  across the United States, and essential host milkweed habitat is lost to urbanization, critical conservation choices need to be made about these species and their interactions. At the DPEL, staff...
Bats | Fact or Fiction

Bats | Fact or Fiction

Bats, Agave & Tequila | Test your Knowledge Test your knowledge about bats, agaves and tequila. Have fun learning about the amazing stories found at the Garden and in our beloved Sonoran Desert. You will never look at a margarita the same way again. Here in the...

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