Insects at Breakneck Hill in Southborough
August 16, 2018
Steve Forman photographed a clouded sulphur butterfly, a honey bee, a monarch butterfly, and a ruby meadowhawk at Breakneck Hill Conservation Land in Southborough.
Bees and Butterfly in Southborough
August 6, 2018
Steve Forman photographed honey bees and a monarch butterfly at Breakneck Hill Conservation Land in Southborough.
Wildlife in Southborough
July 11, 2018
Steve Forman photographed a cedar waxwing, a dragonfly, an eastern bluebird, a honey bee, and a monarch butterfly at Breakneck Hill Conservation Land in Southborough.
Honey Bee in Framingham
July 8, 2018
Nancy Shaw photographed this honey bee in Framingham.
Nature at Tower Hill in Boylston
October 4, 2017
Steve Forman photographed a banded woolly bear, a bumble bee, a cabbage white butterfly, an eastern chipmunk, a clouded sulphur butterfly, a green frog, a honey bee, a monarch butterfly, and a painted lady butterfly at Tower Hill Botanic Garden in Boylston.
Insects in Framingham
August 30, 2016
Steve Forman photographed a European paper wasp, a flesh fly, a green bottle fly, and a honey bee in Framingham.
Nature in Lincoln
August 18, 2016
Steve Forman photographed an American goldfinch, an eastern tiger swallowtail butterfly, and honey bees at Mass Audubon's Drumlin Farm Wildlife Sanctuary in Lincoln.
Pollinators in Wayland
July 12, 2016
Michael Newton photographed several insects during a pollinator survey at SVT's Greenways Conservation Area in Wayland. SVT has been working to improve habitat for the insects as part of our Places for Pollinators project. The goal of this project is to increase the abundance of quality foraging plants and bee-nesting habitat for pollinators, such as Monarch butterflies and native bees. The focus of this work has been along the Sudbury River, a major migratory corridor. At Greenways, this is a piece of an ongoing effort to restore native habitat at the property's north field.
Join us at Wolbach Farm in Sudbury for one of our Pollinator Parties on Saturday, July 16, 2016, to learn about the causes of the sharp decline in pollinators and what can be done in your own back yard to help. Register for the morning session or the afternoon session and enjoy a trail walk at Wolbach to discover plants beloved by butterflies and bees, visit the new pollinator garden beds, help construct a bee hotel, and enjoy refreshments that depend on the hard work of pollinators. There will also be activities that children will enjoy.
Greenways North Field Habitat Restoration
August 27, 2015
Honey Bees in Billerica
October 9, 2013