19 August – Summer Garden Glimpses – Wonderful Wednesday – #FaunaParkTales

Another week, another WONDERFUL WEDNESDAY post. I thought being on lockdown, would give me so much time for things I normally don’t get to do, but somehow, mid-week comes around quickly – almost like bin collection day, every Wednesday, like clockwork. I’m looking at the beauty of butterflies, bees and other pollinators in the garden. My grandson, husband and I snapped these little creatures with my mobile camera, but they still tell their stories. The first image is of a Large Tortoiseshell Nymphalis polychloros; then a Speckled Wood Pararge aegeria; Peacock Aglais io and a few different looking bees.

Butterflies are much like flowers; their big advantage is that they flutter away to touch the sky!

http://www.luvze.com/butterfly-quotes/

Don’t forget why we need pollinators:

“Birds, bats, bees, butterflies, beetles, and other small mammals that pollinate plants are responsible for bringing us one out of every three bites of food. They also sustain our ecosystems and produce our natural resources by helping plants reproduce.” So, they need us and we need them more!

Pollinator Partnership pollinator.org/pollinators

Thank your for visiting my blog today. I hope you’ll look at some of these links and start planning your garden to welcome more of these wonderful and essential little creatures to your special spot. Feel free to comment and/or follow us. Enjoy the rest of your week and remember to keep a spirit of a sound mind during Lockdown!

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