A fuzzy skipper butterfly pollinates a flower just about as well as a bee or bee fly. Don’t kill these babies, they may look like clothes moths, but they are really an ancient type of butterfly that rests with it’s… Read More ›
Month: October 2013
Here’s a super close-up photo of another great non-bee pollinator that we need to protect in case Honey Bee Colony Collapse Syndrome wrecks our bee industry.
Here is a great picture of one of those flies you don’t want to kill in your house or garden. After all the honeybees have gone back to their hives or been killed off by the Colony Collapse Syndrome, this… Read More ›