The species is the Yellow Bumblebee (Bombus fervidus).
The goal of listing a species under the US Endangered Species Act is to facilitate its recovery to the point at which it no longer needs protection.
A species recovery plan is a single document that attempts to provide an overview of a threatened or endangered species’ distribution, life history, threats, research needs, and proposed conservation measures.
Your species recovery plan should focus on the following: the Ecosystem Implications of Yellow Bumblebee Protection; Description and Taxonomy; Life History and Ecology (Feeding, reproduction, survival, preferred habitat etc); Reasons for Listing and Existing Threats; and the Conservation Methods Underway.
APA Citation. Provide proper in-text citation.
NO INTRODUCTION NOR CONCLUSION