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The Apalachee Audubon Society, partnering with the St. Marks National Wildlife refuge has established a butterfly pollinator garden at Picnic Pond on the Refuge.

The pollinator garden has many varieties of blooming plants that attract butterflies and bees. Some are host plants where butterflies deposit their eggs for the next season. Other plants are nectar producing which feed the pollinators.

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Guestbook for Audubon Pollinator Garden at St. Marks NWR
Bill Petty, President, Sarracenia Chapter of FNPS(non-registered)
Lou,
I'm looking for someone to give a presentation on butterfly migration at our October 19, 2010 meeting at the Wakulla County Public Library and, perhaps, lead a field trip (maybe at St. Marks) to see migrating monarchs the following week end. Are you interested or can you introduce me to someone who can do this? Please contact me at the e-mail address I posted
Those are lovely pictures!
Jim Hollingsworth(non-registered)
Lou and Betsy have a way of making their world just a bit prettier. Thanks.
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