and small things tend to get overlooked. Insects, spiders, and crustaceans get very little attention, yet they make up half of the world’s animal biomass
Insects are part of the web of life. They feed birds and fish and small creatures, and they pollinate our forests and our food.
Small things, miss them when they’re gone. . .
. . . due to farming and cities; pesticides and fertilizers; and invasive species.
It’s us. Which means we can do something. Start by planting a garden. Start by looking after soil health. And there they’ll be.
In Flight of Pollen ti kouka / cabbage tree (shown) is pollinated by hoverfly, native bee, honey bee, moth, gecko, bat, koromiko, and tui. They’ll all come quickly for its feast of nectar!
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