Cover stories: celebrating the beauty of pollinators

This month’s Journal of Applied Ecology cover shows a foraging male Habropoda tarsata. Photographer, David Kleijn shares the joy of rediscovering your passion for your study species. These days when we talk and write about pollinators, it is often in the context of their role as providers of pollination services. Pollinators are important for maintaining the production of the insect-pollinated crops that provide most of … Continue reading Cover stories: celebrating the beauty of pollinators

Postcards from the field

It’s been a busy time of conference and fieldwork season and our editors have been travelling off to various destinations in the name of applied ecology. Find out what they’ve been up to in this gallery and, if you have your own #PostcardsFromTheField to share, send us an email or Tweet us (@JAppliedEcology).   Continue reading Postcards from the field