The pollen grains in the atmosphere of Burdur have been studied for a two-year period (1996 through 1997) with a Durham sampler. A total of 11 881 pollen grains belonging to 39 taxa have been identified and recorded with some unidentified ones. Of them, 5 726 were identified in 1996 and 6 155 in 1997. Of the total pollen grains, 76.51% were arboreal, 21.62% non-arboreal and 1.87% unidentified. The majority of the investigated pollen grains were from Pinus L., Cupressaceae, Gramineae, Quercus L., Platanus L., Chenopodiaceae/Amaranthaceae, Salix L., Cedrus I,., Compositae, Juglans L. and Urticaceae respectively. The highest level of pollen concentration was in May.