#pollinatorweek Instagram Photos and Videos

andarwansyah (Wawan Andarwan)
15, Tuesday, August, 2017 at 10:12 am
The Ulyses butterfly (Papilio ulysses) feed on sweet nectar from Ixora flowers in slo-mo ๐Ÿ“น . #Papilioulysses #UlysesButterfly #Butterfly #Nectar #PollinatorWeek #Pollinator #SlowMotion #BlueButterfly #Nature #SwallowtailButterfly #Lepidoptera #Entomology #Biology #Timika #Papua
rljslick (Ricky L Jones)
15, Tuesday, August, 2017 at 1:46 am
Busy as a #Bumblebee! Caledonia #Wisconsin #pollinators #pollinatorweek #savethebees #canon #teamcanon #canonshooter #canonbringit #blackeyedsusan #nature #naturephotography #flower #flowers #Summer #Colorful #landscape #landscapephotography #backyard #backyardphotography You can find more of my work at rljslick.blogspot. com or on twitter @RLJSlick ยฉCopyright Ricky L Jones Photography 1995-2017 All Rights Reserved
drinkhoneywater (HoneyWaterยฎ)
13, Sunday, August, 2017 at 11:55 pm
Enjoy a delicious #HoneyWater & #Bee a healthier you ! ๐ŸŒธ๐Ÿ๐Ÿ๐Ÿ๐Ÿ'zzz -------------------------------------------- #healthychoices #healthyliving #naturallysweetened #organic #pollinators #natural #healthy #beverage #bee #chicheemaun #healthylifestyle #beverages #bees #Canadian #honeybee #savethebees #pollinatorweek #health #beefriendly
thekissingmuseum (Caesandra)
13, Sunday, August, 2017 at 3:10 pm
Bumble on a button bush bloom. These flowers are super fun and the bees definitely love them! #bumblebee #bee #pollinatorweek #peliongarden #nativeplant #buffalogardener #schoolgarden #compoundflower
sharonjamesart (Sharon James)
12, Saturday, August, 2017 at 5:20 pm
Who doesn't love a bee on a flower? #bees #bee #bumblebee #bumblebees #flowers #wildlife #nature #lowpoly #lowpolyart #drawing #blackart #blackartist #colourful #ilovelowpoly #angles #pollinatorweek #polinators #buyart #artforsale #buyart #curator
molton_green (MOLTON GREEN)
11, Friday, August, 2017 at 2:28 pm
No need to wait till winter for a snowball fight ! ๐Ÿ
molton_green (MOLTON GREEN)
09, Wednesday, August, 2017 at 11:47 pm
Liatris, a perfect plant for a beautiful pollinators garden is a new addition to my garden. I've planted one a year ago but it was the only plant that didn't make it through last season. My guess is I overwatered it quite a bit. Hope this one will do well! If you have any tips on this spiky furry flower I'd really appreciate it ! ๐Ÿ’œ
kawarthalandtrust (Kawartha Land Trust)
08, Tuesday, August, 2017 at 4:44 pm
We've got some great insect info events coming up! ๐Ÿ›๐Ÿ๐Ÿฆ‹ August 12 @ 10 a.m. We have the Butterflies in the Skies - Walk & Talk Tour at our Dance Nature Sanctuary. Get the chance to catch and identify butterflies with our expert, Martin Parker. ๐Ÿ›๐Ÿ๐Ÿฆ‹ August 15 @ 10 a.m. We are hosting a workshop on Big (Boud/Chiminis) Island where you can build a 'Bee Hotel' with ecologist and pollination biologist Victoria MacPail! For more info on these events check out the link in our bio ๐ŸŒฒ #butterfly #bee #pollinators #pollinatorweek #kltwildlife
noel94117 (Noel Jay)
06, Sunday, August, 2017 at 6:39 pm
Monarch butterfly #butterfly #pollinatorweek #chattahoocheenaturecenter #explorenorthga #atlanta #marietta #roswellriverwalk
lorenzostratta (Lorenzo Stratta)
05, Saturday, August, 2017 at 12:35 pm
E bruco :D @natgeowild @natgeo #pollinator #pollinatorweek #metamorph #metamorphosis #butterfly #insects #bruco #animals #nature #pollinatorhero #nature
harrys_handle (Harry)
03, Thursday, August, 2017 at 9:30 pm
Blue globe thistles are now in bloom at London's largest rose garden. As in this pic taken at the end of July, they attract bees and a range of other pollinators. . . #natgeo #yourshotphotographer #awesome_naturepix #ourplanetdaily #naturephotoportal #flowers #bees #flowerstagram #thistles #pollinatorweek #nature #photooftheday
noel94117 (Noel Jay)
31, Monday, July, 2017 at 7:05 pm
#butterfly #pollinatorweek #explorenorthga #georgia #flowers
noel94117 (Noel Jay)
31, Monday, July, 2017 at 7:02 pm
#butterfly #pollinatorweek #summer #flowers
molton_green (MOLTON GREEN)
31, Monday, July, 2017 at 2:13 am
Joe Pye Weed is definitely one of my favorites in the garden right now ! This pale but rich pink perennial (does it qualify as 'millennial pink'? ) does a great job of feeding the pollinators ๐Ÿ๐Ÿ๐Ÿ
18shiloh (SHI-LOH SAPIR)
31, Monday, July, 2017 at 1:19 am
The Monarch Movement | pollinator week week. In case you didn't know, the Monarch butterfly populations are down by over 90% due to a massive decrease in their primary source of food: milkweed. The reason milkweed is so sparse is because of habitual herbicide use (primarily round-up, aka glyphosate). Fortunately, there are solutions and hopefully there is still time. It's time to give these golden winged buddies some help before they disappear! Our first official board meeting took place this week. The movement is a grass roots challenge to save the Monarch butterfly starting in Sonoma and Napa Valley. This year's goals are dedicated to educating farmers and viticulturists about the dangers of herbicides along with solutions about how to farm successfully without them. The Monarch Movement's website will provide scientific information about: 1. The environmental impact of herbicides, not just for monarchs but also on soil, air and water quality. 2.The human health impact of herbicides and long term effects of exposure 3.The economic impact of herbicides and the potential economic gains to farm without them. 4.The impact herbicides have on wine quality. The transition away from herbicides will ultimately renew parts of the Monarch's habitat and protect human health while still benefiting a businesses' bottom line. Right now, the Napa Valley has roughly 45,000 acres of vineyards and Sonoma has 110,000 acres. Much of the land is already farmed organically, biodynamically and herbcide-free. These leaders or organic (& beyond) farming have the answers to a successful transition and we will help provide the models for success. As we chip away at the thousands of acres in the region, we will document and promote its transition. Can you imagine when we are down to the last 500 acres of land how our land, air, waters and wines will be? Not to mention the good karma in creating a safe zone for our threatened winged friends. A single occurrence, no matter how small, can impact our universe. This platform will benefit not just Napa and Sonoma but eventually many small farming regions weather its corn or soy or any agriculture. #TheMonarchChallenge #PollinatorWeek