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Flowers

Bees are some of natures most adept pollinators. They collect pollen in small sacs near their legs, dropping some along the way to help fertilize flowers.

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Insects

Bees arent the only pollinators. Insects such as butterflies, moths, bee flies, mosquitoes, and even ants fertilize flowers as they travel around your yard.

Insects

Bees arent the only pollinators. Insects such as butterflies, moths, bee flies, mosquitoes, and even ants fertilize flowers as they travel around your yard.

Insects

Bees arent the only pollinators. Insects such as butterflies, moths, bee flies, mosquitoes, and even ants fertilize flowers as they travel around your yard.

Insects

Bees arent the only pollinators. Insects such as butterflies, moths, bee flies, mosquitoes, and even ants fertilize flowers as they travel around your yard.


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— Anna Wong, Volunteer