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
The White-Lined Sphinx Moth is also known as a hummingbird moth because of the rapid wing movement while they hover over flowers while feeding. Learn more: WHITE LINED SPHINX MOTH Here is one hovering over a Dianthus.
Here are some shots from an awesome hike in northern New Mexico. This trail was located between Terrero and Cowles, in the Pecos Wilderness. Read more: WHITE LINED SPHINX MOTH
The White-lined Sphinx moth is also known as the hummingbird moth or hawk moth. Their range extends from Central America through the U.S. and into parts of Canada, flying in many habitats including deserts and gardens. The hummingbird moth reference comes from their rapid wing movement while they hover over flowers while feeding. They also… Read More WHITE LINED SPHINX MOTH