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by @ueplopedevega

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Photo by @joelsartore |
Although an often unwelcome summer visitor, wasps are very important pollinators. They also keep ecosystems in balance by feeding pest insects to their larvae! This species feeds on nectar from a variety of flowers and like all species of wasp, carry pollen on their heads or backs, often between their wings. Wasps are among a small handful of species that are responsible for pollinating the flowers of orchids. #pollinator #PhotoArk #wasp #pollinatingspecies To see another photo of this wasp follow @joelsartore.


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by @frank.wray

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Photo by @joelsartore |
Although an often unwelcome summer visitor, wasps are very important pollinators. They also keep ecosystems in balance by feeding pest insects to their larvae! This species feeds on nectar from a variety of flowers and like all species of wasp, carry pollen on their heads or backs, often between their wings. Wasps are among a small handful of species that are responsible for pollinating the flowers of orchids. #pollinator #PhotoArk #wasp #pollinatingspecies To see another photo of this wasp follow @joelsartore.


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by @dominicvstheunknown

Marvel Ant-man and the wasp in my backyard ! I got stung on my thigh by one 2 years ago when I was 8 years old! Bald faced hornet
Video taken with the📱 @samsung 📱 #s9plus 📲🎥Settings:
🎬Auto mode
🎬Hand held
🎬1080p
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🎬Video stabilization On 🎬No filter 📽Amazing detail
#baldfacedhornet #hornet #insect #stinger @samsungmobile #stung #bravewilderness #venom #bee #wasp @natgeowild @discoverychannel @animalplanet @natgeoyourshot #macro #bebravestaywild #natgeoyourshot #natgeo #pollinatingspecies #pollinator #closeup #macrolife #wildlifeplanet #wildlifeofinstagram #wildlife_vision


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by @natgeo

Photo by @joelsartore |
Although an often unwelcome summer visitor, wasps are very important pollinators. They also keep ecosystems in balance by feeding pest insects to their larvae! This species feeds on nectar from a variety of flowers and like all species of wasp, carry pollen on their heads or backs, often between their wings. Wasps are among a small handful of species that are responsible for pollinating the flowers of orchids. #pollinator #PhotoArk #wasp #pollinatingspecies To see another photo of this wasp follow @joelsartore.


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by @maryomalleyart

Picked up this gorgeous but slightly damaged foxglove at the garden center for only $5. I think with a little TLC it will be just fine and will be great for attracting pollinators


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by @wildlifenj

In honor of National Pollinator Week, we hope you've been tuning into Pollinators in June! #pollinatorweek #wildlifenj #conservation #pollinatingspecies


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by @wildlifenj

Hummingbirds play a vital role in pollinating flowers and do so via a number of unique methods. Pollen will often stick to the bill or head of a hummingbird and, as a result, is transferred from one flower to the next. A feeder and plants that will attract them (think bright colors and long - perennials) are two of the best ways to make your backyard irresistible to hummingbirds.
#WildlifeNJ #NewJersey #NJ #PollinatingSpecies #Pollination#Conservation #Gardening


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by @wildlifenj

Pollinators in June
The bright orange, black and white markings of the monarch make it one of the most easily recognizable butterflies. This pollinator is widely distributed across North America, although many factors, including climate change, have impacted this species in recent years.
New Jersey plays a key role in their mile fall migration (up to 3,000 miles!) Native flowers that provide a good source of nectar, like wildflowers, are great additions that will attract this pollinating species.

#WildlifeNJ #NewJersey #MonarchButterfly #Pollinator #ClimateChange #NJ #Conservation #PollinatingSpecies


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by @wildlifenj

Pollinators in June -
Pesticide toxicity has impacted most pollinating species, and although we know how devastating pesticides can be to native populations, these products are still found in most lawn and garden stores.
The short-term use of these pesticides will almost always result in a loss of pests and weeds – but at what cost to the surrounding ecosystem and remaining species that thrive there?
If you're trying to attract pollinators into your backyard, consider using an alternative. "Trap plants" and annual crop rotation are also options that will likely improve the success of your garden and keep pollinators around!
#WildlifeNJ #Pollination #PollinatingSpecies #Pesticides #Ecosystem#Conservation


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by @wildlifenj

Pollinators in June - Provide Habitat
If you have the space, providing habitat for pollinating species is an easy way to attract them into your backyard and keep them there long term. In many cases, this habitat is likely already occurring naturally in your backyard - but it’s important to determine what is suitable and make sure you maintain it. Nest cavities in trees, logs, stumps and large patches of undisturbed grass (that means no mowing!) can all be used by a variety of pollinating species throughout the year.
#WildlifeNJ #Pollinator #PollinatingSpecies #Conservation #NewJersey#NJ #Garden #gardening


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by @wildlifenj

While bees are one of the most widely recognized pollinating species - they aren’t the only ones! Different species pollinate different flowers and plants and yield different kinds of food, beverages, spices and even fibers. In New Jersey alone, we have a wide range of pollinating species - including bees, butterflies, moths, beetles, birds and many more! #wildlifenj #newjersey #pollinatingspecies


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by @wildlifenj

The Decline of Pollinators
The expansion of modern agriculture has had a profound impact on our ability to produce goods - but as we’ve come to realize, it has also impacted the success of many pollinating species. A number of studies indicate that many pollinators are declining, but this is not always easy to track. In the United States alone, beekeepers are losing large percentages or entire colonies every single year. Pollinating species currently face a number of threats - including a loss of biodiversity or habitat and exposure to pesticides.
#WildlifeNJ #Pollinator #PollinatingSpecies #Conservation #NewJersey #NJ #Gardening #SavetheBees


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