Article on Pollinator Corridors Published on Wild Virginia Blog

Monarch butterfly (Danaus plexippus) feeding in a native wildflower meadow during the summer in Virginia.
Monarch butterfly (Danaus plexippus) feeding in a native wildflower meadow during the summer in Virginia.

Oct 30. 2022

October has been a very busy month with my trip out to Monterey, California, so, I am a little behind in sharing that an article I wrote on Pollinator Corridors was published on Wild Virginia’s Blog earlier this month.

In this article I discuss ways to create and connect pathways to pollinator corridors. Also, I discuss the some of the issues of the declining pollinators due to to habitat loss, use of pesticides and herbicides. Hope you will check the article out.

Thank you for reading my Field Notes Blog, and I hope you will share this post with others.

Let’s preserve and conserve our natural world!!!

All the very best,

Lori

2 replies to “Article on Pollinator Corridors Published on Wild Virginia Blog

  1. Absolutely AWESOME article and effort!!! Thank you for making a difference. It is folks like you who make the world a better place! <3

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