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Image by @joelsartore | This #pollinatormonday is all about keeping our pollinators happy and healthy. As farmers become more efficient at eliminating all plants other than corn, beans and wheat from their fields, there are fewer and fewer places for milkweed and nectar-bearing plants to grow. Important pollinating insects like the butterflies and bees need these plants in order to survive. Without these pollinators, we lose much of our ability to grow the fruit and vegetables we eat.
That's why it's so important that homeowners step and 'get growing' now in their backyards by planting a pollinator garden, and taking care of lawns and gardens organically. You'll be amazed at the results, and the good feeling you get knowing that you're doing your part in helping to preserve biodiversity right at home. And remember, “organic” means no chemicals should be used on your lawn like pesticides or weed killers. These not only kill plants and animals, but are detrimental to your health too as the chemicals migrate away from your yard and into groundwater. It’s time to get planting, and get natural. What are you waiting for?
Keep on posting your pollinator garden and monarch pictures with the hashtag #pollinatorhero and see what we can #SaveTogether!
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#repost@natgeo (@get_repost) ・・・ Image by @joelsartore | This #pollinatormonday is all about keeping our pollinators happy and healthy. As farmers become more efficient at eliminating all plants other than corn, beans and wheat from their fields, there are fewer and fewer places for milkweed and nectar-bearing plants to grow. Important pollinating insects like the butterflies and bees need these plants in order to survive. Without these pollinators, we lose much of our ability to grow the fruit and vegetables we eat. That's why it's so important that homeowners step and 'get growing' now in their backyards by planting a pollinator garden, and taking care of lawns and gardens organically. You'll be amazed at the results, and the good feeling you get knowing that you're doing your part in helping to preserve biodiversity right at home. And remember, “organic” means no chemicals should be used on your lawn like pesticides or weed killers. These not only kill plants and animals, but are detrimental to your health too as the chemicals migrate away from your yard and into groundwater. It’s time to get planting, and get natural. What are you waiting for? Keep on posting your pollinator garden and monarch pictures with the hashtag #pollinatorheroand see what we can #SaveTogether! . . #pollinators #butterflies #blue #wings #closeup #macro #pesticides #conservation #animalconservation #organic #gardening #photoark #natgeo

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List frecklelandkids's Instagram "One day I will touch the clouds" 🦋🦋🦋 #Wings #Repost @natgeo ・・・
Image by @joelsartore | This #pollinatormonday is all about keeping our pollinators happy and healthy. As farmers become more efficient at eliminating all plants other than corn, beans and wheat from their fields, there are fewer and fewer places for milkweed and nectar-bearing plants to grow. Important pollinating insects like the butterflies and bees need these plants in order to survive. Without these pollinators, we lose much of our ability to grow the fruit and vegetables we eat.
That's why it's so important that homeowners step and 'get growing' now in their backyards by planting a pollinator garden, and taking care of lawns and gardens organically. You'll be amazed at the results, and the good feeling you get knowing that you're doing your part in helping to preserve biodiversity right at home. And remember, “organic” means no chemicals should be used on your lawn like pesticides or weed killers. These not only kill plants and animals, but are detrimental to your health too as the chemicals migrate away from your yard and into groundwater. It’s time to get planting, and get natural. What are you waiting for?
Keep on posting your pollinator garden and monarch pictures with the hashtag #pollinatorhero and see what we can #SaveTogether!
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"One day I will touch the clouds" 🦋🦋🦋 #wings #repost@natgeo ・・・ Image by @joelsartore | This #pollinatormonday is all about keeping our pollinators happy and healthy. As farmers become more efficient at eliminating all plants other than corn, beans and wheat from their fields, there are fewer and fewer places for milkweed and nectar-bearing plants to grow. Important pollinating insects like the butterflies and bees need these plants in order to survive. Without these pollinators, we lose much of our ability to grow the fruit and vegetables we eat. That's why it's so important that homeowners step and 'get growing' now in their backyards by planting a pollinator garden, and taking care of lawns and gardens organically. You'll be amazed at the results, and the good feeling you get knowing that you're doing your part in helping to preserve biodiversity right at home. And remember, “organic” means no chemicals should be used on your lawn like pesticides or weed killers. These not only kill plants and animals, but are detrimental to your health too as the chemicals migrate away from your yard and into groundwater. It’s time to get planting, and get natural. What are you waiting for? Keep on posting your pollinator garden and monarch pictures with the hashtag #pollinatorheroand see what we can #SaveTogether! . . #pollinators #butterflies #blue #wings #closeup #macro #pesticides #conservation #animalconservation #organic #gardening #photoark #natgeo

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List natgeo_tz's Instagram Image by @joelsartore | This #pollinatormonday is all about keeping our pollinators happy and healthy. As farmers become more efficient at eliminating all plants other than corn, beans and wheat from their fields, there are fewer and fewer places for milkweed and nectar-bearing plants to grow. Important pollinating insects like the butterflies and bees need these plants in order to survive. Without these pollinators, we lose much of our ability to grow the fruit and vegetables we eat.
That's why it's so important that homeowners step and 'get growing' now in their backyards by planting a pollinator garden, and taking care of lawns and gardens organically. You'll be amazed at the results, and the good feeling you get knowing that you're doing your part in helping to preserve biodiversity right at home. And remember, “organic” means no chemicals should be used on your lawn like pesticides or weed killers. These not only kill plants and animals, but are detrimental to your health too as the chemicals migrate away from your yard and into groundwater. It’s time to get planting, and get natural. What are you waiting for?
Keep on posting your pollinator garden and monarch pictures with the hashtag #pollinatorhero and see what we can #SaveTogether!
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Image by @joelsartore | This #pollinatormonday is all about keeping our pollinators happy and healthy. As farmers become more efficient at eliminating all plants other than corn, beans and wheat from their fields, there are fewer and fewer places for milkweed and nectar-bearing plants to grow. Important pollinating insects like the butterflies and bees need these plants in order to survive. Without these pollinators, we lose much of our ability to grow the fruit and vegetables we eat. That's why it's so important that homeowners step and 'get growing' now in their backyards by planting a pollinator garden, and taking care of lawns and gardens organically. You'll be amazed at the results, and the good feeling you get knowing that you're doing your part in helping to preserve biodiversity right at home. And remember, “organic” means no chemicals should be used on your lawn like pesticides or weed killers. These not only kill plants and animals, but are detrimental to your health too as the chemicals migrate away from your yard and into groundwater. It’s time to get planting, and get natural. What are you waiting for? Keep on posting your pollinator garden and monarch pictures with the hashtag #pollinatorheroand see what we can #SaveTogether! . . #pollinators #butterflies #blue #wings #closeup #macro #pesticides #conservation #animalconservation #organic #gardening #photoark #natgeo

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List gempicsbymeg's Instagram In honor of the pioneers who founded the beehive state, here is a bumblebee hard at work at a garden in Ireland. 🌻🐝
A lot of the early pioneers to Utah were Irish, so there's the connection, however small. 🤷🏼‍♀️😉
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Also, I found this random poem online and I think it fits the traveling soul of a bumblebee pretty well, plus it spoke a bit to how much I love to travel too. 💁🏼 "Like a bumblebee
She dreams of nature
Of fields full of flowers
Of life trickling sweetness

She’ll travel the world
With buzzing excitement
With gold dripping wings
And a love hungry soul

She’ll go with the winds
Dance her way over mountains
Scoping lands for enchantment
Moving hearts with her spirit

And like a bumblebee
She finds peace in the journey
In flying passion painted miles 
But never forgetting her way home"
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In honor of the pioneers who founded the beehive state, here is a bumblebee hard at work at a garden in Ireland. 🌻🐝 A lot of the early pioneers to Utah were Irish, so there's the connection, however small. 🤷🏼‍♀️😉 _ 🐝 🌷 🐝 🌷 🐝 🌷 Also, I found this random poem online and I think it fits the traveling soul of a bumblebee pretty well, plus it spoke a bit to how much I love to travel too. 💁🏼 "Like a bumblebee She dreams of nature Of fields full of flowers Of life trickling sweetness She’ll travel the world With buzzing excitement With gold dripping wings And a love hungry soul She’ll go with the winds Dance her way over mountains Scoping lands for enchantment Moving hearts with her spirit And like a bumblebee She finds peace in the journey In flying passion painted miles But never forgetting her way home" -a poet named Lili _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ #pioneer #pioneerday #utahpioneers #beehivestate #utah #bumblebee #irishgarden #irish #naturephotography #beesofinstagram #whatfloweristhis #travelphotography #getoutside

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List ginzi7102's Instagram Repost from @natgeo using @RepostRegramApp - Image by @joelsartore | This #pollinatormonday is all about keeping our pollinators happy and healthy. As farmers become more efficient at eliminating all plants other than corn, beans and wheat from their fields, there are fewer and fewer places for milkweed and nectar-bearing plants to grow. Important pollinating insects like the butterflies and bees need these plants in order to survive. ..
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Repost from @natgeo using @RepostRegramApp - Image by @joelsartore | This #pollinatormonday is all about keeping our pollinators happy and healthy. As farmers become more efficient at eliminating all plants other than corn, beans and wheat from their fields, there are fewer and fewer places for milkweed and nectar-bearing plants to grow. Important pollinating insects like the butterflies and bees need these plants in order to survive. .. .. goto @natgeo for more #conservation #allnatural #wearewhatweeat #extraordinaryu

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List studioworks_pub's Instagram Look! Follow up to yesterday's #pollinatormonday post of a bumbleebee gathering pollen from  nectar-bearing mint in flower.  This busy little guy is pollinating my cucumber plants! Backyard pollination in action. #pollinators #pollinatorpartnership #backyardgarden #pollinatorhero 1566781742370856125_2215543524

Look! Follow up to yesterday's #pollinatormonday post of a bumbleebee gathering pollen from nectar-bearing mint in flower. This busy little guy is pollinating my cucumber plants! Backyard pollination in action. #pollinators #pollinatorpartnership #backyardgarden #pollinatorhero

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List animal_famiily's Instagram Image by @joelsartore | The superstar of this #pollinatormonday is this female blue-tailed day gecko. On the island of Mauritius in the Indian Ocean, the rare Trochetia plant is being saved from extinction by this lizard. This plant used to be pollinated by a nectar-sipping bird called the olive white-eye, but sadly the bird is nearly extinct, and now the plant almost entirely relies on this little gecko for pollination and seed dispersal. The shrubby plant does its part by providing the lizard a safe place from predators and providing nourishment through it's colored nectar, then the lizards transfer the pollen on their scales to the next blossom.
The phenomena of pollination via lizards has been explored in recent studies, and lizards are now being more widely recognized as pollinators-- especially to island species of flowering plants. Scientists speculate that the high density of lizards on islands due to lack of predation has resulted in fewer insects to feed the lizard population. This has caused a necessary expansion of their diets to include nectar and pollen, thus growing their roles as pollinators. Let’s give it up for the little-known blue-tailed gecko!
Don’t forget to keep on posting your milkweed and monarch photos with the hashtag #pollinatorhero. We have been making such great progress together. 
Check out @joelsartore for more incredible species!
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Image by @joelsartore | The superstar of this #pollinatormonday is this female blue-tailed day gecko. On the island of Mauritius in the Indian Ocean, the rare Trochetia plant is being saved from extinction by this lizard. This plant used to be pollinated by a nectar-sipping bird called the olive white-eye, but sadly the bird is nearly extinct, and now the plant almost entirely relies on this little gecko for pollination and seed dispersal. The shrubby plant does its part by providing the lizard a safe place from predators and providing nourishment through it's colored nectar, then the lizards transfer the pollen on their scales to the next blossom. The phenomena of pollination via lizards has been explored in recent studies, and lizards are now being more widely recognized as pollinators-- especially to island species of flowering plants. Scientists speculate that the high density of lizards on islands due to lack of predation has resulted in fewer insects to feed the lizard population. This has caused a necessary expansion of their diets to include nectar and pollen, thus growing their roles as pollinators. Let’s give it up for the little-known blue-tailed gecko! Don’t forget to keep on posting your milkweed and monarch photos with the hashtag #pollinatorhero. We have been making such great progress together. Check out @joelsartore for more incredible species! . . #lizards #herps #daygecko #gecko #animalfacts #pollinators #naturalpattern #photoark #natgeo #savetogether

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List animal_famiily's Instagram Image by @joelsartore | I’m delighted to report that, in my hometown of Lincoln, Nebraska, our Mayor Chris Beutler and the City Parks and Recreation Department have been seeding new parkland (and some older parks as well) with a mix of prairie grasses and wildflowers in order to benefit pollinators like bees and butterflies to create a more healthy landscape. Click the link in my bio (@joelsartore) to learn how you can do the same in your yards!
We love bees, so the hero of this #pollinatormonday is the bumblebee. Bees are perhaps the most well-known pollinator, and this is because they are very good at their jobs. The common eastern bumble bee's wings beat 130 times or more per second, and the beating vibrates flowers until they release pollen, which gets stuck on their fuzzy bodies and is then moved along to the next flower it visits. This kind of pollination is called “buzz pollination”, and helps plants produce more fruit.
It is estimated one in every three bites of food we can thank bees for, and up to $15 billion worth of food production in the U.S. is dependent on pollination by bees of all kinds. That’s a lot of buzzing!
Check out @joelsartore for more incredible species.
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Image by @joelsartore | I’m delighted to report that, in my hometown of Lincoln, Nebraska, our Mayor Chris Beutler and the City Parks and Recreation Department have been seeding new parkland (and some older parks as well) with a mix of prairie grasses and wildflowers in order to benefit pollinators like bees and butterflies to create a more healthy landscape. Click the link in my bio (@joelsartore) to learn how you can do the same in your yards! We love bees, so the hero of this #pollinatormonday is the bumblebee. Bees are perhaps the most well-known pollinator, and this is because they are very good at their jobs. The common eastern bumble bee's wings beat 130 times or more per second, and the beating vibrates flowers until they release pollen, which gets stuck on their fuzzy bodies and is then moved along to the next flower it visits. This kind of pollination is called “buzz pollination”, and helps plants produce more fruit. It is estimated one in every three bites of food we can thank bees for, and up to $15 billion worth of food production in the U.S. is dependent on pollination by bees of all kinds. That’s a lot of buzzing! Check out @joelsartore for more incredible species. . . #pollinators #savethebees #bumblebee #cute #inscects #bugs #bees #fuzzy #photoark #natgeo #savetogether

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List animal_famiily's Instagram Image by @joelsartore | On this #pollinatormonday we are celebrating the intrigue of the great monarch migration, one of the most spectacular, beautiful, and mysterious of the world’s natural phenomena. Each March and April, millions of monarchs arrive in the southern states of the U.S. from the warmth of Mexico, where they stay during the winter. The monarch lays its eggs on milkweed plants as it moves northward, and the the adults that hatch will continue the migration. It takes 2-3 generations for these butterflies to make it to the northern states and southern canada before they return in the fall to their wintering sites in October. Many people visit these sites in Mexico to experience the beauty of the fields of monarchs, providing ecotourism dollars to Mexico, and awareness of the migration to the world. Monarchs that survive the fall migration, the 4-month overwintering period, and the migration northward, may live up to 9 months.
Despite their amazing endurance over thousands of years, today the monarch population is dwindling each year. We may lose the migration within five years if we don’t act fast. The reason for this decline is because there are fewer milkweed plants (the only plant upon which they lay their eggs) available to monarchs as a result of changes in agriculture, excessive mowing, and the use of pesticides and herbicides. Fortunately, if we all pitch in, we can reverse this downward trend and can keep monarchs flying. Help the monarch by planting you 1566425370093606583_5749632956

Image by @joelsartore | On this #pollinatormonday we are celebrating the intrigue of the great monarch migration, one of the most spectacular, beautiful, and mysterious of the world’s natural phenomena. Each March and April, millions of monarchs arrive in the southern states of the U.S. from the warmth of Mexico, where they stay during the winter. The monarch lays its eggs on milkweed plants as it moves northward, and the the adults that hatch will continue the migration. It takes 2-3 generations for these butterflies to make it to the northern states and southern canada before they return in the fall to their wintering sites in October. Many people visit these sites in Mexico to experience the beauty of the fields of monarchs, providing ecotourism dollars to Mexico, and awareness of the migration to the world. Monarchs that survive the fall migration, the 4-month overwintering period, and the migration northward, may live up to 9 months. Despite their amazing endurance over thousands of years, today the monarch population is dwindling each year. We may lose the migration within five years if we don’t act fast. The reason for this decline is because there are fewer milkweed plants (the only plant upon which they lay their eggs) available to monarchs as a result of changes in agriculture, excessive mowing, and the use of pesticides and herbicides. Fortunately, if we all pitch in, we can reverse this downward trend and can keep monarchs flying. Help the monarch by planting you

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List femme_surreal's Instagram #pollinatormonday 1566419690838198064_5464467708

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List lrweb7's Instagram Probably better if they don't pollinate these flowers, but oh well...
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Probably better if they don't pollinate these flowers, but oh well... . . #pollinatormonday #bees #spottedknapweed #pollinator #flowers #summer #il #midwest #invasivespecies

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List thepaperwilderness's Instagram And now a PSA for all you beautiful butterflies: we'll be out of town for a week starting this Friday 7/28 thru 8/3 for the #lasvegasmarket , so if you need any bday cards/tees/ notepads soon, order by Thursday so I can ship before we leave! If time isn't an issue, the shop IS remaining open and all orders placed during that week will ship as soon as we get back 🤗 And YES this is a sneak peek at a brand new birthday card debuting at the show 😍🦋💚💌✨ .
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And now a PSA for all you beautiful butterflies: we'll be out of town for a week starting this Friday 7/28 thru 8/3 for the #lasvegasmarket, so if you need any bday cards/tees/ notepads soon, order by Thursday so I can ship before we leave! If time isn't an issue, the shop IS remaining open and all orders placed during that week will ship as soon as we get back 🤗 And YES this is a sneak peek at a brand new birthday card debuting at the show 😍🦋💚💌✨ . . . . . #lasvegasmarket2017 #lvmkt #pavlvmkt #monarchbutterfly #butterfly #monarch #pollinatormonday #watercolorpainting #watercolor #stationerydesigner #papergoods #greetingcards #boutiquestationery #painting #handpainted #handmadecards #tsbcalum #stationery #handmade #maker #madeinusa #greetingcard #shopsmall

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List animal_famiily's Instagram Image by @joelsartore | This #pollinatormonday is all about keeping our pollinators happy and healthy. As farmers become more efficient at eliminating all plants other than corn, beans and wheat from their fields, there are fewer and fewer places for milkweed and nectar-bearing plants to grow. Important pollinating insects like the butterflies and bees need these plants in order to survive. Without these pollinators, we lose much of our ability to grow the fruit and vegetables we eat.
That's why it's so important that homeowners step and 'get growing' now in their backyards by planting a pollinator garden, and taking care of lawns and gardens organically. You'll be amazed at the results, and the good feeling you get knowing that you're doing your part in helping to preserve biodiversity right at home. And remember, “organic” means no chemicals should be used on your lawn like pesticides or weed killers. These not only kill plants and animals, but are detrimental to your health too as the chemicals migrate away from your yard and into groundwater. It’s time to get planting, and get natural. What are you waiting for?
Keep on posting your pollinator garden and monarch pictures with the hashtag #pollinatorhero and see what we can #SaveTogether!
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Image by @joelsartore | This #pollinatormonday is all about keeping our pollinators happy and healthy. As farmers become more efficient at eliminating all plants other than corn, beans and wheat from their fields, there are fewer and fewer places for milkweed and nectar-bearing plants to grow. Important pollinating insects like the butterflies and bees need these plants in order to survive. Without these pollinators, we lose much of our ability to grow the fruit and vegetables we eat. That's why it's so important that homeowners step and 'get growing' now in their backyards by planting a pollinator garden, and taking care of lawns and gardens organically. You'll be amazed at the results, and the good feeling you get knowing that you're doing your part in helping to preserve biodiversity right at home. And remember, “organic” means no chemicals should be used on your lawn like pesticides or weed killers. These not only kill plants and animals, but are detrimental to your health too as the chemicals migrate away from your yard and into groundwater. It’s time to get planting, and get natural. What are you waiting for? Keep on posting your pollinator garden and monarch pictures with the hashtag #pollinatorheroand see what we can #SaveTogether! . . #pollinators #butterflies #blue #wings #closeup #macro #pesticides #conservation #animalconservation #organic #gardening #photoark #natgeo

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List wgpioneers's Instagram #Repost @natgeo (@get_repost)
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Image by @joelsartore | This #pollinatormonday is all about keeping our pollinators happy and healthy. As farmers become more efficient at eliminating all plants other than corn, beans and wheat from their fields, there are fewer and fewer places for milkweed and nectar-bearing plants to grow. Important pollinating insects like the butterflies and bees need these plants in order to survive. Without these pollinators, we lose much of our ability to grow the fruit and vegetables we eat.
That's why it's so important that homeowners step and 'get growing' now in their backyards by planting a pollinator garden, and taking care of lawns and gardens organically. You'll be amazed at the results, and the good feeling you get knowing that you're doing your part in helping to preserve biodiversity right at home. And remember, “organic” means no chemicals should be used on your lawn like pesticides or weed killers. These not only kill plants and animals, but are detrimental to your health too as the chemicals migrate away from your yard and into groundwater. It’s time to get planting, and get natural. What are you waiting for?
Keep on posting your pollinator garden and monarch pictures with the hashtag #pollinatorhero and see what we can #SaveTogether!
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#repost@natgeo (@get_repost) ・・・ Image by @joelsartore | This #pollinatormonday is all about keeping our pollinators happy and healthy. As farmers become more efficient at eliminating all plants other than corn, beans and wheat from their fields, there are fewer and fewer places for milkweed and nectar-bearing plants to grow. Important pollinating insects like the butterflies and bees need these plants in order to survive. Without these pollinators, we lose much of our ability to grow the fruit and vegetables we eat. That's why it's so important that homeowners step and 'get growing' now in their backyards by planting a pollinator garden, and taking care of lawns and gardens organically. You'll be amazed at the results, and the good feeling you get knowing that you're doing your part in helping to preserve biodiversity right at home. And remember, “organic” means no chemicals should be used on your lawn like pesticides or weed killers. These not only kill plants and animals, but are detrimental to your health too as the chemicals migrate away from your yard and into groundwater. It’s time to get planting, and get natural. What are you waiting for? Keep on posting your pollinator garden and monarch pictures with the hashtag #pollinatorheroand see what we can #SaveTogether! . . #pollinators #butterflies #blue #wings #closeup #macro #pesticides #conservation #animalconservation #organic #gardening #photoark #natgeo

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List justindalabaphoto's Instagram Wild bees like wild flowers.
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Wild bees like wild flowers. . . . . . #pollinatormonday #honeybees #naturephotography #honeycomb #wildflowers #honey #beehive #beekeeping

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List downtoeartheugene's Instagram Look at this sweet visitor we found in the nursery today! 💞Can anyone out there ID it for us? #butterfly #downtoearthnursery #oregonsummer #magicmoment #downtoearthlove #pollinatormonday 1566287853318968171_1187352528

Look at this sweet visitor we found in the nursery today! 💞Can anyone out there ID it for us? #butterfly #downtoearthnursery #oregonsummer #magicmoment #downtoearthlove #pollinatormonday

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