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See her furry front? She needs that to collect pollen and leave bits behind when she moves from flower to flower. #pollinatormonday


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#repost @joelsartore
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Right now, in Central and Southern Mexico, monarch butterflies are finishing their incredible 3,000 mile and 4-generation journey from the US and Canada and are settling in for the winter. This generation of monarchs will live happily in these warm climates for six to eight months until it is time to begin the whole journey again. They will then migrate back north for the summer, landing on milkweed to lay eggs for a new generation, and providing pollination to many plants along the way. With butterfly season coming to a close, we are wrapping up our #pollinatormonday campaign. Thank you so much for following us on our journey this summer! Pollinator Mondays may be coming to an end, but helping pollinators should never stop. Continue to support pollinators and help save the Great Monarch Migration by planting milkweed in the summer months, avoiding mowing before fall, and choosing to practice organic lawn and garden care. You can always click the link in my bio to freshen up your knowledge about pollinators and to learn more about how to help. Thank you for choosing to be a #pollinantorhero! Let’s continue to #savetogether!
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#pollinators #butterflies #monarchs #migration #nature #conservation #biodiversity #animalfacts #wildlife #wildlifephotography #natgeo #savetogether #photoark


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Bees are the most invaluable species on the planet and Honeybees, like this one, are the most significant. Did you know that Bees pollinate 33% of the worlds food supply? They have seen a dramatic decline in recent years and if we lose bees, we lose coffee, chocolate, most fruits, avocados, nuts, cotton, medicines, and WAY more. A world without bees would be catastrophic to all species, including humans. Become a voice for those who don’t have one. Educate yourself, buy sustainable products, become aware, embrace the beauty of nature, learn to love all species and work to protect them! Mother Earth has a purpose for every being on this planet! There is no planet B. Every decision you make matters! • • •
#bees #honeybee #protectthebees #pollinators #weareallconnected #fight4wildlife #conservation #bumblebee #pollinate #pollinatorhero #pollinatormonday


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Happy #pollinatormonday !! Our featured species today is the little brown bat who is native to PA! Bats play a huge role in pollination and more than half of the bat species in the U.S are in severe decline or are currently listed as endangered. Without bats we would be losing our natural insect control and the enhanced ecosystem biodiversity that accompanies them!🦇🦇 #protectem


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Did you know that pollinators aren’t just bees and butterflies? A pollinator is any creature that assists in bringing the pollen of a plant from the anther (part of the plant where pollen is made) to the stigma (part of the plant where pollen begins to germinate) in order to allow for reproduction. Many species are important for pollination, including birds, lemurs, rodents, possums, ants, beetles, lizards, and bats!
Pollinators affect a big part of our lives—food. As many of the world's crops rely on pollination, lunch would certainly be a lot less interesting without pollinators. Follow @joelsartore for more food-for-thought on how you can protect nutritional diversity by saving pollinators.
@plzenzoo @zoosvictoria @HoustonZoo @StlZoo @LubeeBatConservancy #pollinatormonday #food #natgeo #photoark
Did you know that pollinators aren’t just bees and butterflies? A pollinator is any creature that assists in bringing the pollen of a plant from the anther (part of the plant where pollen is made) to the stigma (part of the plant where pollen begins to germinate) in order to allow for reproduction. Many species are important for pollination, including birds, lemurs, rodents, possums, ants, beetles, lizards, and bats!
Pollinators affect a big part of our lives—food. As many of the world's crops rely on pollination, lunch would certainly be a lot less interesting without pollinators. Follow @joelsartore for more food-for-thought on how you can protect nutritional diversity by saving pollinators.
@plzenzoo @zoosvictoria @HoustonZoo @StlZoo @LubeeBatConservancy #pollinatormonday #food #natgeo #photoark


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¡Abejitas mayas trabajadoras! Muy pronto daremos a conocer la fecha para nuestro primer Curso de Meliponas del año. 🐝🌎 #bees #yucatan #macro #nofilter #macrophoto_world #flower #nature #natural #insects #insectsofinstagram #melipona #meliponabechi #honey #pollinator #pollinatormonday #gloobonatural

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💚🦇❤️ #Repost @merlintuttlephoto
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Happy Holidays from your friends at MTBC! ✨❤️💚💙✨ Pictured is a blooming agave getting pollinated by hundreds of bats in Oaxaca, Mexico. Bats are the primary and most essential pollinators of agave! 🌼🌼🌼#thanksbetobats #happyholidays#monday#pollinatormonday#worldhealth#qorldpeace#adorableanimals#pollinators#savethepollinators#wildlifephotography#oaxaca#mexico#latinamerica#bat#bats#sustainability#agave#mezcal#tequila#agaveplant#agavebloom #ilovebats #batsofinstagram #batsofig #zenwithgems


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