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Florida Museum 23h
Environmental researchers and the U.S. military have become unlikely partners in saving endangered species. From to woodpeckers, looks at scientists exploring sometimes-dangerous habitats.
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The Living Coast 🌳 Apr 16
Discover the butterflies and moths of the UK and how you can attract them to your garden with the Butterfly Conservation
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Environmental Action Apr 16
Do you plant milkweed to help monarchs? A new study reveals how you can make your milkweed plants even more helpful for . More:
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The Southern Gardener Apr 16
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Jeff Zablow Apr 16
Buckeye are not seen everywhere, so if you want to find one a good place to look is a perennial loaded with zinnias, coneflowers, marigolds, sunflowers, salvias and hyssops.
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Ej 20h
You're my crush Can't you see the way I blush but I don't want to rush things with you my love You're all I think of Truly sent from above🎶🎶🎶
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Emily Hebert🦋 13h
Izza vibe 🎼👢🎸🌸💖 🎤🦋
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louise maude Apr 17
Feel the fear & do it anyway 🤫
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CreamCrackered 1h
Hello Holly blue on my hedge!
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The Wildlife Society Apr 16
specialize on plants in the . But researchers recently found periodically mowing milkweed patches may actually help them recover.
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Rebecca's Butterfly Farm 4h
My last (a female Large White) hatched out yesterday that I looked after from an found in my & protected it from 🥚🐛🥐🦋
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Crescent Jewelers 12h
The Holly Yashi Bindi Butterfly earrings are not only gorgeous, but they also are now significant in representing the need to conserve our Monarch ! 10% of sales of these is donated to the (MJV) to help conserve & protect the Monarch migration.
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NH Natural Resources Stewards Apr 11
Residents are signing up to join Kingston NH Conservation Commission's cross-town Pollinator Pathways project.
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arati chauhan Apr 17
Part by part systematicaly destroyd d 🌲belt which ones upon ws dense wit fruit trees, original Ashoka, flowerg bushy plants that hd increased . Only witnessd. n Corporators hv d . Sir, reverse it to greenery
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North Carolina Zoo 18h
Our new attraction the Kaleidoscope Butterfly Garden opens this Saturday! Dozen of different species of native and exotic and colorful flowers
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Zoe 17h
Brimstone have been busy in the garden, with 18 eggs laid so far on the alder buckthorn!
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Ragged Robin Apr 17
First Orange Tip butterfly of the year seen in the garden :)
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Lisa Kowalski Apr 16
Watercolor Print - Note Cards - Baltimore Checkerspot
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Jae Clayborn, PhD Apr 17
Florida's state butterfly is the zebra longwing. Here, they're flexing their wings. The flex before bed (it was dusk)?
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Bev MARKS 18h
Three species of seen in our garden today: a single white, a couple of Holly Blues and several (of the pictured) Speckled Wood (Pararge aegeria), which rested on a hydrangea, for long enough to take a pic.
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