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Karen Slater 2m
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Railway traffic can cause mortality and in this way lower population abundance. Railway transport can also be a serious source of different kinds of [40] which may negatively impact pollinator richness and abundance 🐝
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Larissa Rosa 20h
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Sarah Larragy 50m
Stunning leafcutter spotted in today. Hope to see more lovely like this around as a result of the great efforts made to make the campus more friendly
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Amy B McEuen 19h
Love having this native garden right outside my office!
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🦇#ProtectNight🐝🦋🐟All Life on Earth Needs Night 19h
“Even if you're a passionate activist who believes the sixth mass extinction is here and our over-manicured lawns are creating an ethical crisis that will consume us all...” I like this blog about converting your lawn to an eco-friendly meadow.
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Stephen Trotter 5h
Though are the sole of so beware of what you wish for Chris!
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Cristina Masetti 2h
🤓These not particularly showy flowers allow these small insects to find refuge and food with pollen. But this is the first time I see it. Please, can anyone identify it?🕵️ (Italy, sea Liguria region)
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Aaron Foley 4h
Taking over a section of your local park is not hard. ⁦⁩ are very supportive. mixture with herbs. All very good for and
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Solitary Man Jun 23
Good morning my Dixie Chickens I know at least one of you looks forward and/or enjoys my 280 character AM essays and I find that temporary lack of taste comforting. I was out too late last night. TODAY is Who wants to go? It's an actual festival
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Biodiversity Schools Jun 24
Spotted this outstandingly beautiful display in recently. Superb! Let's have more of these please! ❤️🐝 Want to give it a go yourself? Check out the pollinator planting list on our site
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The Unkempt Gardener Jun 20
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Malcolm Noonan Jun 24
a refuge in the heart of Kilkenny's old town
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Newbridge Tidy Towns 20h
When shopping on St. have a look at our new scheme. First time we tried this in a "planter" & plan to extend next year. Nice to see the flowers (which are also pleasing to the human eye) attracting bees, insects & other flying wildlife.
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One Truckee River Jun 16
Happy Week! Check out events on our calendar and learn more about pollinators in our watershed.
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Ian Collins 🇬🇧🇪🇺 Jun 22
Great looking margin. I’m looking forward to seeing similar on a farm in Belgium next week with
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Suzanne Koptur Jun 20
The votes are still coming in - favorite Pollinator choices at Potluck for Pollinators at Florida International University
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Project E3 Jun 18
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Carol Ann McCaffrey 15h
Enjoying capturing some slow-mo bees then I watched it back... what do you think? Also is that just pollen... Paracite? Looks odd to me.
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Amara Dunn 19h
The tall white beard tongue in our and habitat plots seem to have flowers and foliage of two different colors. Interesting.
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Denise 11h
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