• Emily

Free Printable Pollinator Coloring Pages

Updated: Jul 17, 2020

It's easy to think you can only help pollinators outdoors, but there are many ways to help the pollinators when you're stuck inside. One of the best ways to help is to stay informed.

Use these free coloring pages to teach yourself and others about pollinators. Feel free to share with friends and family, and be sure to tag @BuildforBees on Instagram when you're done coloring!

(Many more coloring pages are on the way. I didn't want to wait until they're all finished because of the current demand for boredom busters.)

1. "Natives"

This coloring page features a mason bee, a native bee, as well as a couple native flowers. Planting and growing native plants is necessary because it supports our local ecosystems.

To get your own native garden started, use this research tool from the XERCES Society for Invertebrate Conservation. It'll help you figure out what plants are native to your area. Select a few plants you're interested in growing, and look into purchasing them.

I recommend buying from Eden Brothers. They have a wide selection of seeds, including wildflower mixes specific to different regions. They even have a Pollinator Wildflower Seed Mix, called "The Bees Knees."

To Print this Coloring Page, go here.