Bee populations, both introduced European honey bees and native bee species, have been collapsing across North America for the last decade. The first native bee species were just added to the Endangered Species List. https://www.washingtonpost.com/news...id=hp_no-name_hp-in-the-news:page/in-the-news The bee crisis has a major impact on everyone because of the role that bees play in pollinating our crops. It seems like just about every zoo could have a native bee garden and/or a bee hive on exhibit and some kind of interpretive exhibit about the bee crisis and what people can do to help them (creating bee habitat in yards, reducing pesticide use, etc.) Does your local zoo have a bee conservation display of some kind?