It’s National Pollinator Week! Celebrate them, as they do so much. For example the cross pollination of honeybees around the world helps 30% of food crops and 90% of  flower plants to thrive. Bees also spread seeds, many plants would die off without them doing this. Pollinators clockwise: White-Lined Sphinx Moth, female Broad-Tailed Hummingbird, Honeybee,… Read More NATIONAL POLLINATOR WEEK


Hummingbirds are native to and only live in the Americas. They are the smallest birds in the world, with the Bee hummingbird weighing slightly less than a U.S. copper penny. Hummingbirds hover at flowers to sip nectar. Not only can they fly suspended, they can flutter backwards, sideways, up or down. When hovering, their wings… Read More HUMMINGBIRDS