Category: Pollinators

Our First BioBlitz

(Photos and story by Marc Nutter) Whack! Whack! Whack! A galvanized steel pipe is smacked against the low branches of an oak tree. Little tube feet and even hooked tarsi

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Help Protect the Pollinators

Protecting pollinators begins with protecting their habitat. Right now, one of our favorite projects is the pollinator meadow habitat restoration in the fields outside the McLane Center in Concord. After

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Bumblebee Pollination Video

(Video by Diane De Luca at the McLane Center Pollinator Gardens) This video shares a Bumblebee pollinating Great Blue Lobelia at the McLane Center Pollinator Gardens. Bumblebees are large robust

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Pollinator Meadow Progress

Implementing a Landscape-Level Habitat Restoration Project (photos and story by Marc Nutter) “I finally did something that can be seen from space!” I told my mom and whoever else I

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It’s Pollinator Week!

This week is Pollinator Week, and NH Audubon is celebrating! Both of our pollinator gardens are open to the public – one at McLane Center and one at Massabesic Center.

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