Nature Walk: Butterfly Pollinators
By Taylor on July 7, 2014 in Blog
“Butterflies are important pollinators of many flowers. They appear to respond to changing weather conditions and thus vary in abundance from one year to the next. The Common Sulphur and the Red Admiral are two relatively abundant species that occur from late spring though summer into fall and often visit flowers such as pale purple coneflowers, white indigo and butterfly milkweed in the tallgrass prairie.” -Carl Kurtz
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