I would really love to see native bee and insect homes, or 'bee hotels' as they are sometimes coined, set up in parks around Adelaide. These bee and insect homes attract insects that are vital to our native ecosystems and also provide beneficial pollinators to parks and surrounding areas. In conjunction with native bee and insect homes, I believe that planting more native flowering plants would be beneficial to the aesthetic appeal of the parks whilst also supporting these important insects. We should protect our native flora and fauna because, not only are they beautiful, but they play a pivotal role of our history, our culture and our country. We should especially protect our most vulnerable species that are being driven to extinction by urbanisation.
Moderator Comment: The artwork in the attached image (Located in Narnungga (Park 25)) was inspired by the seasonal flight patterns of the native bee