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Ashley Bordelon 🌿🐝 8h
Replying to @fraxinusbee
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Ashley Bordelon 🌿🐝 8h
and deserve the spotlight, but I do love when I the chance to see other little critters also doing their part!
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BoulderPublicLibrary 9h
So proud that our library is able to be a leader and supporter of our pollinators. From bees to community gardens to pollinator themed storytimes, we've got you covered! appreciation
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eddie ledbetter 7h
Bumblebee doin' some pollinating at Chattahoochee Nature Center Monday morning.
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Justice for Cecil 5h
now has an official . Here’s why that matters - The motion was adopted along with a citywide protection strategy. Next month, council will vote on...
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SaveOurSparrows Sep 14
These follow the pretty flowers. Find them so artistic in a group like these locally today. The slightest breeze sends forth a cloud of them. is the main food-plant of the Elephant Hawk-moth caterpillar.
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Jen Powers 9h
Managed to catch this beauty on my walk today.
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Jill 7h
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TDOT Beautification Sep 16
We’re really proud of the work being done! 🐝🦇🦋🌷🌺💐
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Journal of Applied Ecology Sep 12
Take a look at our latest research summaries on the blog and discover how prairie management strategies can affect communities both directly and indirectly:
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Pauline Leeson 22h
Saving the planet 🌍 One bee 🐝 at a time
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City of Mississauga Sep 11
Don’t worry, BEE happy!! As of today, we're waiving all permit fees associated with residents who want to plant flowers and plants on their boulevards. Learn more:
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BoulderPublicLibrary Sep 16
Un-BEE-lievable Storytimes to Buzz About with Appreciation Month!
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Sally Morgan 15h
are loving the , late season , annual, easy to grow from seed, sitting here enjoy the sun surrounded by flowers and bees, can't beat it
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Ennis Tidy Towns Sep 14
At a glance our roundabouts may look a lot less colourful and in need of a cut - but they are still important late season food sources for pollinators! 🐝🐝🐝 til end Sept/early Oct
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Jill 7h
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Dr. Anne Duplouy Sep 16
200/365:Flowers respond to pollinator sound within minutes by increasing nectar sugar concentration etal showed a plant responding within 3min to airborne sounds of through flower vibration & sweeter nectar
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Amara Dunn 15h
Pan traps set for the last time in our and pest habitat plots !
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Michelle Sparrow Sep 13
A third grader was over-the-top excited to “donate” a beautiful butterfly to our school’s garden!
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WM_GREATER MID ATLANTIC Sep 16
Girl Scouts from Troop 81107 visited the Grand Central Landfill tonight to learn about and the certification! The girls are looking to do a project at the facility in the Spring. Our WWTP tech & habitat innovator Kevin Kelly shared his knowledge. 🌲
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