Butterfly Pavilion manages programs and projects achieving global impact in invertebrate research and conservation.
Bee Fencing Project
Butterfly Pavilion supports the spread of beehive fencing to new communities in Africa and Asia to mitigate human-elephant conflict .Learn More Here
Our Leading Environmental Action for Sustainability (LEAFS) program offers communities the knowledge and resources necessary to establish viable solutions and businesses that generate sustainable income and support healthy rainforest habitat. In collaboration with the Katie Adamson Conservation Fund, the Bee Fence Project involves using bees to mitigate human-elephant conflict. With an understanding that elephants are fearful of bees, hives are placed around the perimeter of agricultural crops, ensuring that these areas are not disturbed. This design provides an alternative to harmful means of elephant control, while protecting farmer livelihoods and contributing pollination services to the local area. Location: NepalLearn More Here
Sumatra Butterfly House
Butterfly Pavilion has constructed a butterfly farm in Sumatra to protect natural resources, butterflies, and even critically endangered rhinosLearn More!
Parnassian Butterfly Assessment in Mongolia
Butterfly Pavilion studies three Parnassian butterfly species in Mongolia to better conserve these threatened invertebrates.Learn More Here
Saudi Arabia Protected Areas Restoration
Butterfly Pavilion guiding the reintroduction of native wildlife to reserves in Saudi Arabia.Learn More!
Our Coastal Dunes project is focused on creating a comprehensive inventory and comparison of the insect species found in restored and unrestored coastal dune sites in northern California, specifically targeting pollinator populations. The Bureau of Land Management will use the results to identify whether or not dune restoration efforts influence pollinator diversity and abundance. Location: United StatesLearn More Here