Wild Pollinators Oceania is an organisation dedicated to the promotion of evidence-based conservation of native pollinator insects through the conservation and restoration of pollinator habitat and relevant ecosystem functions. We also promote and support research and education into native pollinator insects and their habitat. We provide factual, easy to understand information on wild native pollinator insects in Australia, and act as a knowledge broker on wild native pollinators to all citizens of the Oceania region. Insect pollinators in Oceania include species from numerous groups, including bees, flies, butterflies and moths, wasps, and beetles. For further information, see our fact sheets.
Wild Pollinators Oceania board
We're the Wild Pollinators Oceania board. We are all pollinator professionals, with expertise in research, conservation ecology, outreach, crop pollination consulting and pollinator management. We are spread across Eastern Australia, in Sydney, Albury, Armidale, and the Gold Coast.
Dr Manu Saunders - The University of New England
Dr Tobias Smith - The University of Queensland / Bee Aware Brisbane
Karen Retra - Wild Pollinator Count
Dr Mark Hall - Western Sydney University