Tag Archives: TED talk

Monarch Butterflies in the News

Monarch Butterflies Goleta Santa Barbara California ©Kim Smith 2015

Monarch Butterflies Goleta Santa Barbara California

Thanks to the Dalpiaz Family and to Passages for forwarding several of the links!

U.S. Government Pledges 3.2 Million Dollars To Save Monarch

40 Years Ago the World ‘Discovered’ Mexico’s Monarch Habitat — Today Its Survival Is at Stake

More monarch butterflies in Mexico, but numbers still low

Journey North

PopulationEstimate_graphic

How Butterflies Self-Medicate

 

GORGEOUS Clips from Filmmaker Extraordinaire Louis Schwartzberg ~ Mysteries of the Unseen World

 

Mysteries of the unseen world

“What is the intersection between technology, art and science?” filmmaker Louis Schwartzberg asks. Curiosity and wonder. Combining time lapses, high speed cameras, and microscopes, Schwartzberg bends the boundaries of time and space in his latest project titled “Mysteries of the Unseen World.”

Video submitted by GMG FOB Bill Stone, Annisquam. Thanks so much Bill!

butterfly eggThis still is of a butterfly egg!

 

 

 

The Beauty of Pollination

Sunflower and Bees ©Kim Smith 2013Bees Pollinating Sunflower

Friends and GMG readers share the most beautiful treasures, including the following film, sent in by Mary Weissbaum. Mary writes, “The hummingbird doing rolls chasing a bug is neat! Watch closely and check out the baby bat under its mama (@ ~2 min, 38 sec). Unreal !! If you never knew what goes on in the garden when you aren’t paying attention, watch this – some of the finest filmography you will ever see.” Thank you Mary!

I have posted this video before and think it is worth seeing again, and again!