Please join me April 6th at 7pm, at the Sawyer Free Library where I will be giving my Pollinator Garden talk and screening several short films. The event is free and open to the public. I am looking forward to presenting this program at our wonderful Sawyer Free and hope to see you there!!
Thank you to Diana Cummings at the Sawyer Free Library for making the lovely poster!
Echinacea and Bee
In preparation for the upcoming season of programs that I give, which are centered around designing gardens to support pollinators, one of my jobs is to refresh and update the photos that are an integral part of the presentation. This past month I have been immersed in colorful images and tomorrow I am giving my new monarch butterfly presentation at (the other) Cape. Here are some of the outtakes from my pollinator habitat programs for our winter weary eyes.
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Phlox and Luna Moth
Sunflower and Joe-pye Weed
Monarch Butterfly and Cape Honeysuckle, Goleta California
Photos from a foggy morning walk along the berm between Niles Pond and Brace Cove this morning.
The shoreline draped in gossamer nets–the world according to spiders.
See more photos here.
MUST SEE! ~a timely, informative talk accompanied by stunning photos!
That’s one dead tired bee Eloise.
It’s day two and the Bean’s pet bee is still dead sleeping. That’s one sleepy Bee Elliebean.
The lengths I go to to provide content for my faithful blog readers. These little buzzing piranhas where swarming all around me while trying to get these up close and personal bee pollinating pics.
The Mrs caught a bee on the porch and put it in a container for the Bean. Well wouldn’t you know that bee died fell asleep. He’s been taking a long nap and The Bean has been carrying him around everywhere talking to him. I guess the folks at the Post Office think she’s a little strange, lol.