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Nicole L Marques 1m
Spring Mini Business Card via
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Mir 20h
Pipevine Swallowtail busy sipping on vetch.
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Trevor the botanist 5h
It's been a joy and a privilege to turn a rather dull, overgrazed field into a traditionally farmed hay meadow. After just four years it's now home to billions of wild flowers and buzzing with and .
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Liz Scott 21m
Oh, the things you see at Scaling!!
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Julie Frey Jun 8
The arrival of the queen is one of my favorite days of . I had four appear this morning on my blue mist.
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Peter Hughes 2h
Painted Lady, Red Admiral, Speckled Wood, Green-veined White, Large Skipper, Small White and my first Meadow Brown of the year all in and around Spring Wood and Tong Park, Baildon today
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Fifille's world 1h
What a in France ! I ran after & all day !
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Shifali 6h
: See the beauty in life. Embrace grace. 😍
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Thalassa Jun 15
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Minnesota Wildlife 3h
Monarch’s have returned to Minnesota and they are busy.
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UNCP Campus Garden & Apiary Jun 8
Macaela and Mary are expert butterfly catchers! They marked butterflies in our garden to research how long they live and what flowers they visit! Watch as they release the marked butterflies!
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Anne Vis 6m
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Duchy Scribbler 8h
A snippet of Summer in my garden just now. This monstrous hedge provides a veritable feast for & other right through to Autumn. Also provides vital cover for all the beautiful little birds who visit my feeders
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Nigella Hillgarth 3h
The occasional Cloudless sulphur butterfly makes its way into the yard. They don't stop often but blend in well when resting!
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Jim Selikoff Jun 12
A wasp kept eating the swallowtail pupae so I did this
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cucumber cool πŸ₯’ 20h
Being absolute extra to this song coz we cool like that πŸ˜‚
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HollyS.Culmination Jun 12
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John Murray 3h
Really excited to see my first painted lady of the year and the first ever in my own garden!
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Allie McAllister 11h
An army of Cabbage White caterpillars feasting on my nasturtiums πŸ₯°πŸ›πŸ¦‹
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Ferndale International 2h
Nectar still draws the , even if other insects have trimmed the pink rays off this coneflower in the wildflower .
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