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List knitstatrn's Instagram Our very last #monarchbutterfly this year, found as a caterpillar at Goose Pond Sanctuary while we tagged other monarchs with @madisonaudubon. Bon voyage, little guy!
That bring us to a total of 46 releases this summer, with 26 tagged for #monarchwatch.
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Our very last #monarchbutterflythis year, found as a caterpillar at Goose Pond Sanctuary while we tagged other monarchs with @madisonaudubon. Bon voyage, little guy! That bring us to a total of 46 releases this summer, with 26 tagged for #monarchwatch. ❤❤ . . #nevergetsold #savethemonarchs #raisingmonarchs #rearingbutterflies #butterflymigration #butterflytag #monarch #savethepollinators #pollinatorhero #butterflies #lovemykids

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List donnadeenyc's Instagram Sunday vibes. Another rogue. This is a Rose of Sharon that popped up in one of my beds. She opened and immediately had a little bee action ! All good in the hood !
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Sunday vibes. Another rogue. This is a Rose of Sharon that popped up in one of my beds. She opened and immediately had a little bee action ! All good in the hood ! . #rogueplant #roseofsharon #beethechange #pollinatorhero #pollinators #sundayvibes #goodinmyhood #mybackyard #girlswhogarden #girlswhonoticeshit #blessed #bees

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List sharon4nature's Instagram The ultimate #pollinators at the  #pollinatorgarden KCS Garden Project. This #monarchs with a missing wing tip is thankful for the nectar offerings. Monarchs are a threatened species now. #pollinatormonday  #symbolicmonarchmigration #pollinatorhero #kcsmatters @kcsmatters 1610348519150758462_6087499612

The ultimate #pollinatorsat the #pollinatorgardenKCS Garden Project. This #monarchswith a missing wing tip is thankful for the nectar offerings. Monarchs are a threatened species now. #pollinatormonday #symbolicmonarchmigration #pollinatorhero #kcsmatters@kcsmatters

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List britneybuhman's Instagram Safe travels, Monarch  #pollinatorhero #monarch #butterflies 1610292358260002321_22054980

Safe travels, Monarch #pollinatorhero #monarch #butterflies

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List espritous's Instagram Arrived home to this beautiful lady. #savethemonarchs #pollinatorhero #nofilter 1609715444864092179_27503940

Arrived home to this beautiful lady. #savethemonarchs #pollinatorhero #nofilter

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List motherofmonarchs's Instagram Arrived home to this beautiful lady. #savethemonarchs #nofilter #pollinatorhero 1609714171196527030_5595852582

Arrived home to this beautiful lady. #savethemonarchs #nofilter #pollinatorhero

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List artistmegansara's Instagram The second pollinator in my series  is the bat, in this particular case - the lesser long nosed bat. The only flying mammal on planet Earth, bats provide numerous benefits to their ecosystems. Not all bats consume pollen, nectar, and fruits - most eat a primary diet of insects. This specific bat lives in the desert of central and North America. It pollinates the flowers of saguaro and organ pipe cactus and also the flowers of agave. The same agave used to make tequila! Unfortunately large tequila makers chop off the flower before it can be pollinated which removes the potential food for bats but also creates a homogenous field of agave that is more prone to disease. Researching this piece made me realize even alcohol production fits under industrial agriculture which uses large amounts of pesticides and genetically engineered seed. It's a reminder to buy tequila (or better, buy mezcal) and other alcohols that are made in small batches and grown sustainably. Bats are super furry and don't care at all about us humans. A very small number (only 3 species) consume "blood" but not the blood of humans. They eat nasty mosquitos, are nocturnal, and their droppings are very nutrient rich making for great fertilizers. They also have their own incredible language of echolocation used to communicate with each other, locate prey, and even find their pups (babies). More than half of the bat species in the US are in severe decline or listed as endangered. They are amazing creatures and a treasure to our world. #bats #batart #pollinatorhero #pollination #artinspiredbynature #artivism #watercolorandink #scientificillustration #artistmegansara 1609685161218074201_257002078

The second pollinator in my series is the bat, in this particular case - the lesser long nosed bat. The only flying mammal on planet Earth, bats provide numerous benefits to their ecosystems. Not all bats consume pollen, nectar, and fruits - most eat a primary diet of insects. This specific bat lives in the desert of central and North America. It pollinates the flowers of saguaro and organ pipe cactus and also the flowers of agave. The same agave used to make tequila! Unfortunately large tequila makers chop off the flower before it can be pollinated which removes the potential food for bats but also creates a homogenous field of agave that is more prone to disease. Researching this piece made me realize even alcohol production fits under industrial agriculture which uses large amounts of pesticides and genetically engineered seed. It's a reminder to buy tequila (or better, buy mezcal) and other alcohols that are made in small batches and grown sustainably. Bats are super furry and don't care at all about us humans. A very small number (only 3 species) consume "blood" but not the blood of humans. They eat nasty mosquitos, are nocturnal, and their droppings are very nutrient rich making for great fertilizers. They also have their own incredible language of echolocation used to communicate with each other, locate prey, and even find their pups (babies). More than half of the bat species in the US are in severe decline or listed as endangered. They are amazing creatures and a treasure to our world. #bats #batart #pollinatorhero #pollination #artinspiredbynature #artivism #watercolorandink #scientificillustration #artistmegansara

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List pollinatorzone's Instagram Meet Carl. It's almost 9am, and all the other bees are up and buzzing about. But not Carl. Carl is still sleeping. Carl doesn't like the phrase "busy as a bee". He doesn't identify with that. That's ok. You do you, Carl. 
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#beeshaming #lazybee #bzz #zzz #partiedtoohard #pollinatorzone #pollinatorswelcome #pollinators #pollinatorhero #bee #forthebees #savethebees #exhaleflowers #flowerseverywhere #flowergarden #potager #gardening #garden #garten 1609533027050143391_2902438070

Meet Carl. It's almost 9am, and all the other bees are up and buzzing about. But not Carl. Carl is still sleeping. Carl doesn't like the phrase "busy as a bee". He doesn't identify with that. That's ok. You do you, Carl. _ #beeshaming #lazybee #bzz #zzz #partiedtoohard #pollinatorzone #pollinatorswelcome #pollinators #pollinatorhero #bee #forthebees #savethebees #exhaleflowers #flowerseverywhere #flowergarden #potager #gardening #garden #garten

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List grizzfoshizz's Instagram The warm #weather has helped the #wildflowers maintain their #color pallette on the access road.  Was able to enjoy the view for a bit tonight with a wave to the #amish #neighbor.  Already looking forward to next year's #planting.  Yeah, I'm a dude who likes #flowers and I own it.  #nature #SaveThePollinators #pollinatorhero #FoShizzFarm 1609107457052743124_40272941

The warm #weatherhas helped the #wildflowersmaintain their #colorpallette on the access road. Was able to enjoy the view for a bit tonight with a wave to the #amish #neighbor. Already looking forward to next year's #planting. Yeah, I'm a dude who likes #flowersand I own it. #nature #savethepollinators #pollinatorhero #foshizzfarm

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List diomarmuhlmann's Instagram #Repost @natgeo (@get_repost)
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Image by @joelsartore | Rising this #pollinatormonday is the delicate sunbird, native to Eastern Africa. These pollinators have long, curved beaks used to dip deep into many different kinds of plants to feed on sweet nectar, especially lobelia, aloe, and red-hot poker trees. It is widely speculated in science that plants pollinated by sunbirds have co-evolved to fit the tubular shape of the sunbird's beak. These colorful and fast fliers are closely related to the honeyeaters of Australia, as well as the hummingbirds of the Americas, and are even known to occasionally hover while drinking nectar.
To see images of more incredible species, follow @joelsartore.
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#repost@natgeo (@get_repost) ・・・ Image by @joelsartore | Rising this #pollinatormondayis the delicate sunbird, native to Eastern Africa. These pollinators have long, curved beaks used to dip deep into many different kinds of plants to feed on sweet nectar, especially lobelia, aloe, and red-hot poker trees. It is widely speculated in science that plants pollinated by sunbirds have co-evolved to fit the tubular shape of the sunbird's beak. These colorful and fast fliers are closely related to the honeyeaters of Australia, as well as the hummingbirds of the Americas, and are even known to occasionally hover while drinking nectar. To see images of more incredible species, follow @joelsartore. . . #sunbird #birds #pollinator #purplebandedsunbird #pollinatorhero #animalfacts #wildlife #nature #biodiversity #wildlifephotography #natgeo #savetogether #photoark

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List thescotthouse's Instagram My first #monarchbutterfly hatched and it's a male. #monarchwaystation17291 #pollinatorhero #suffolkmonarchinvasion 1609016259034517359_179866305

My first #monarchbutterflyhatched and it's a male. #monarchwaystation17291 #pollinatorhero #suffolkmonarchinvasion

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List socialbna's Instagram via @natgeo #social #toronto #nature #natgeo #travel #socialbna 
Image by @joelsartore  Rising this #pollinatormonday is the delicate sunbird, native to Eastern Africa. These pollinators have long, curved beaks used to dip deep into many different kinds of plants to feed on sweet nectar, especially lobelia, aloe, and red-hot poker trees. It is widely speculated in science that plants pollinated by sunbirds have co-evolved to fit the tubular shape of the sunbird's beak. These colorful and fast fliers are closely related to the honeyeaters of Australia, as well as the hummingbirds of the Americas, and are even known to occasionally hover while drinking nectar.
To see images of more incredible species, follow @joelsartore.
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#sunbird #birds #pollinator #purplebandedsunbird #pollinatorhero #animalfacts #wildlife #nature #biodiversity #wildlifephotography #natgeo #savetogether #photoark 1608921747564966799_3295392168

via @natgeo #social #toronto #nature #natgeo #travel #socialbna Image by @joelsartore Rising this #pollinatormondayis the delicate sunbird, native to Eastern Africa. These pollinators have long, curved beaks used to dip deep into many different kinds of plants to feed on sweet nectar, especially lobelia, aloe, and red-hot poker trees. It is widely speculated in science that plants pollinated by sunbirds have co-evolved to fit the tubular shape of the sunbird's beak. These colorful and fast fliers are closely related to the honeyeaters of Australia, as well as the hummingbirds of the Americas, and are even known to occasionally hover while drinking nectar. To see images of more incredible species, follow @joelsartore. . . #sunbird #birds #pollinator #purplebandedsunbird #pollinatorhero #animalfacts #wildlife #nature #biodiversity #wildlifephotography #natgeo #savetogether #photoark

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List wildlifejewels's Instagram Meet "Mandarin Garnet The Monarch Butterfly", one of the original @fashwandbyazi @wildlifejewels paintings embroidered and transformed into fashion!#FashWandbyAzi #WildlifeJewels #JeweledPaintbroidery #MandarinGarnet #MonarchButterfly #LuxuryDesign #savethemonarchs 1608903051488471553_2126673955

Meet "Mandarin Garnet The Monarch Butterfly", one of the original @fashwandbyazi @wildlifejewels paintings embroidered and transformed into fashion! #fashwandbyazi #wildlifejewels #jeweledpaintbroidery #mandaringarnet #monarchbutterfly #luxurydesign #savethemonarchs

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List artistmegansara's Instagram Today I am happy to share my latest series featuring important but often overlooked pollinators. In this series, I am selecting endangered species and those that get a negative stigma for being "gross, scary, or creepy." I want to change the way people think about these living creatures and help them understand how beautiful and essential they are. I believe pollination is something we learn in school at a young age and then pretty much forget about when we are older. It's pollination that provides our huge bounty of food and creates healthy plants that grow stronger and more resilient to disease. It's pollination that creates a powerful symbiotic relationship between two living organisms that depend and rely on each other. I am inspired to convey these educational messages within my upcoming work to help people see the beauty that is and has always been here. 
Each 8"x12" art piece will feature the pollinator, the home or nest they live in, and the flowers they pollinate. I am starting with the bumblebee whose numbers have been on a steep decline over the past few decades with the "rusty patch" bumblebee placed on the endangered species list for the very first time. Bumblebees nest underground in old rodent burrows or in tall, thick grasses. Their population is substantially smaller than honey bees and their nests are waxed pots instead of honeycomb. Worker bees collect pollen and nectar and produce small batches of honey that is fed to the young. The flowers featured here are clover, borage, phacelia, echinacea, hollyhock, cosmos, zinnia, thistle, lavender, and tomatoes. Did you know bumblebees are commercially used to pollinate tomatoes in hothouses?

Bumblebees are super fuzzy and not at all aggressive. Giving them a garden full of this variety of natural, organic flowers will allow you to witness pollination in action! Bumblebees often visit the same flowers when foraging. Connect with and enjoy all the gifts our planet has to offer! Let us love her the way she loves us ❤️ #bumblebee #pollination #pollinatorhero #insects #savetogether #scienceillustration #artivism #artistmegansara 1608872921589891397_257002078

Today I am happy to share my latest series featuring important but often overlooked pollinators. In this series, I am selecting endangered species and those that get a negative stigma for being "gross, scary, or creepy." I want to change the way people think about these living creatures and help them understand how beautiful and essential they are. I believe pollination is something we learn in school at a young age and then pretty much forget about when we are older. It's pollination that provides our huge bounty of food and creates healthy plants that grow stronger and more resilient to disease. It's pollination that creates a powerful symbiotic relationship between two living organisms that depend and rely on each other. I am inspired to convey these educational messages within my upcoming work to help people see the beauty that is and has always been here. Each 8"x12" art piece will feature the pollinator, the home or nest they live in, and the flowers they pollinate. I am starting with the bumblebee whose numbers have been on a steep decline over the past few decades with the "rusty patch" bumblebee placed on the endangered species list for the very first time. Bumblebees nest underground in old rodent burrows or in tall, thick grasses. Their population is substantially smaller than honey bees and their nests are waxed pots instead of honeycomb. Worker bees collect pollen and nectar and produce small batches of honey that is fed to the young. The flowers featured here are clover, borage, phacelia, echinacea, hollyhock, cosmos, zinnia, thistle, lavender, and tomatoes. Did you know bumblebees are commercially used to pollinate tomatoes in hothouses? Bumblebees are super fuzzy and not at all aggressive. Giving them a garden full of this variety of natural, organic flowers will allow you to witness pollination in action! Bumblebees often visit the same flowers when foraging. Connect with and enjoy all the gifts our planet has to offer! Let us love her the way she loves us ❤️ #bumblebee #pollination #pollinatorhero #insects #savetogether #scienceillustration #artivism #artistmegansara

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List breitensteinsabine's Instagram Looking for the perfect spot to start the metamorphosis #pollinatorhero #monarchcaterpillar #howdotheyknow? 1608275031656243638_4261491996

Looking for the perfect spot to start the metamorphosis #pollinatorhero #monarchcaterpillar #howdotheyknow?

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List fashwandbyazi's Instagram New design featuring @WildlifeJewels Mandarin Garnet The Monarch Butterfly Painting!#FashWandGolf #WildlifeJewels #JeweledPaintbroidery #swarovskicrystals  #MonarchButterfly #MonarchBeachResort 1608225333331714560_1933200639

New design featuring @WildlifeJewels Mandarin Garnet The Monarch Butterfly Painting! #fashwandgolf #wildlifejewels #jeweledpaintbroidery #swarovskicrystals #monarchbutterfly #monarchbeachresort

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