Monday, July 14, 2014

Spot The Pollinator #9 - Vacation Edition

Two weeks ago, we visited family in Montana - just a stone's throw from Glacier National Park.  With all the undeveloped land and native plants, Montana has pollinators upon pollinators.  Coming from a densely populated urban area, I hope the locals cherish and protect the land and all of its wonders.

While there, we went on plenty of hikes and engaged in some truly sustainable shopping (local honey, baby!).  Here are some of the beautiful pollinators of the Big Sky Country:

Some sort of fritillary butterfly maybe that we spotted on a hike in Whitefish. 

Bumble bee on clover.

Caterpillar near Lake MacDonald in Glacier National Park.

Skipper found along Whitefish Trail.

Itty bitty bee on a wild daisy along Whitefish Trail.

Unidentified butterfly landed on my son's foot in West Glacier. 

Have you spotted any pollinators lately?  Have camera, will travel?  Please link up your pollinator photos or share them on social media with the hashtag #spotthepollinator.


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3 comments:

Christy said...

Lovely photos! Vacations in nature are the best.

Green Bean said...

@Christy - Thank you! Nature vacations ROCK! Sometimes, literally.

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