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Pollinators Under Pressure is a  Tree Media Project. © 2020 Tree Media Group
 

MOTHS

BATS

BUTTER FLIES

BUMBLEBEES

HUMMING 

BIRDS

HONEY

BEES

 

Loss of year round food and forage supply

Loss, destruction and fracturing of habitats
Mismanagement & stressing of Honey Bees

Ignorance about Pollinators in general

Pollution in general

Chemicals in Air, Water, Soil
Use and misuse Pesticide (Neonicotinoids), Herbicide (Round-Up), Fungicide

 
PLANTS FOR EVERY SEASON
MILKWEED FOR MONARCHS
Support conservation groups
Stop
USING
Pesticides
Plant Lots of native Plants
Learn about pollinators
 

When a pollen grain moves from the anther (male part) of a flower to the stigma (female part), pollination happens. This is the first step in a process that produces seeds, fruits, and the next generation of plants. This can happen through self-pollination, wind and water pollination, or through the work of vectors that move pollen within the flower and from bloom to bloom.