Roadsides Are Refuges for Declining Pollinators  — Natural History Wanderings

Sierra Magazine reports Recent studies have shown that insect numbers across the globe are plummeting. All sorts of pollinators, including bumblebees, hoverflies, beetles, butterflies, and moths are also in decline. There are many steps that need to be taken to save beneficial bugs, but one of the easiest is taking care of the millions of acres […]

via Roadsides Are Refuges for Declining Pollinators  — Natural History Wanderings

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