2021 Great Georgia Pollinator Census Results

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In August 2021, 5,941 Georgians participated in the 3rd annual Great Georgia Pollinator Census.

What plants were used for Census counting?

Some of the plants most visited by carpenter bees were Anise Hyssop, Lantana, and Mexican Petunia.
Some of the plants most visited by bumble bees were Abelia, Zinnia, and Anise Hyssop.
Some of the plants most visited by honey bees were Chives, Sunflowers, and Mountain Mint.
Some of the plants most visited by small bees were Mountain Mint, Blackeyed Susan, and Coneflower.
Some of the plants most visited by flies were Goldenrod, Sunflowers, Mountain Mint.
Some of the plants most visited by wasps were Mountain Mint, Giant Ironweed, and Zinnia.
Some of the plants most visited by butterflies and moths are Lantana, Butterfly Bush, and Zinnia.
Some of the plants most visited by other insects were Blackeyed Susan, Zinnia and Sunflowers.