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ONE SQUARE METER BUTTERFLY GARDEN

Posted by Edith Flores Wolff on April 20, 2018 at 3:10 PM Comments comments (0)

ONE SQUARE METER BUTTERFLY GARDEN


Every tree matters and so is every butterfly host plant. We can go on with our lives without giving back to nature but it is courteous, kind and it feels good to give back in a very small gesture. Being a part of ‘One Square Meter Butterfly Garden’ is a very good starting point. This might appear to be very small but let it surp...

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BUTTERFLY SMUGGLING

Posted by Rashi on February 12, 2015 at 8:40 AM Comments comments (0)

While surfing the net I came across an article on butterfly smuggling by 'The New Indian Express' which is a sad truth and major steps should be taken against this inhuman act.

 

12/02/2015 Illegal trade of butterflies

http://www.newindianexpress.com/magazine/article294145.ece?service=print 2/3

Butterflies have been called ‘nature’s jewels’, but they are far more than pretty little insects. They are indispensable to successful farming. Butterflie...

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Looking at pix

Posted by Antonym on December 8, 2013 at 3:55 AM Comments comments (0)

Sorry if this is a 'muppet' question, but how do I get full-screen photographs from the photo albums?  I'm using a MacAir - very basically!


Tony M.

CONSERVATION OF BUTTERFLIES IN DELHI

Posted by Somya Sangal Apeejay Pitampura on July 26, 2011 at 8:09 AM Comments comments (3)

HELLO EVERYONE 

I AM WRITING A BLOG AFTER A VERY LONG TIME.

WHILE EXPLORING THE NET , I CAME ACROSS THE FOLLOWING REGARDING CONSERVATION OF BUTTERFLIES IN DELHI SO I DECIDED TO SHARE IT WITH U ALL.

Several  programmes like butterfly walk, breakfast with butterfly etc are run at Asola Bhatti Wild Life Sanctury, under Sajeeve,T.K., BNHS’s Education officer, at Aravali Biodiversity Park, by Dr. M.Shah Hussain under CMDE...

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COMPILATION OF BLOGS (CONTD.)

Posted by Somya Sangal Apeejay Pitampura on July 26, 2011 at 3:59 AM Comments comments (0)

5) POSTED BY AAKARSHA HANDA ON JULY29,2011

Hello!

I am back with yet another blog.We have heard about many laws , local as well as national , for the protection of butterflies in India.But still there are many more organisations and societies which are promoting butterfly conservation through their interactive sessions and programs.Todya , we will be talking about these organisations and societies.So , let us begin.

1.WWF-INDIA

WWF-INDIA is one of the largest conservat...

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COMPILATION OF BLOGS

Posted by Somya Sangal Apeejay Pitampura on July 26, 2011 at 1:48 AM Comments comments (1)

1) POSTED BY SAUMYA ON JULY 25,2011

Here are a few simple ways to conserve butterflies.

1. Let the water run

No sound attracts wildlife like running water. Add a small gurgling water source to your yard, and backyard birds will flock to your home!

 

2. Cater to caterpillars

Grow the plants caterpillars crave as food: milkweed for Monarchs, dill for Swallowtails, pussytoes for Painted Ladies. As you feed caterpillars, you'll be growing butterflies!

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conservation of butterflies

Posted by saumya on July 25, 2011 at 9:27 AM Comments comments (1)

Here are a few simple ways to conserve butterflies.

1. Let the water run

No sound attracts wildlife like running water. Add a small gurgling water source to your yard, and backyard birds will flock to your home!

 

2. Cater to caterpillars

Grow the plants caterpillars crave as food: milkweed for Monarchs, dill for Swallowtails, pussytoes for Painted Ladies. As you feed caterpillars, you'll be growing butterflies!

 

3. Leave those leaves

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world of incredible butterflies

Posted by namrata pandey on July 10, 2011 at 7:46 AM Comments comments (7)

hi everyone

am posting a blog after a long time. sorry for being too late.

Why conserve butterflies?

Butterflies feed on nectar flowering plants and in turn serve as important and indispensable pollinators of many flowering plants (both wild as well as crops grown by farmers such as Cadaba fruticosa (Kukka vominta) which grows only when pollinated by certain species of butterflies.

The caterpillars of most of the butterflies feed and develop on weeds instead of agric...

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SUMMARY OF THE BLOGS

Posted by Sukriti Sukhija on July 10, 2011 at 7:45 AM Comments comments (1)

Heya everyone...
This blog will show the blogs , photo albums and videos contributed to the butterflies by the students of DAVAO school...
Agnes Pandis
BLOGS:
1.Amazing Facts
2.DAVAO Butterfly Park
3.OMG 2
4.OMG!!
5.Oops..Take a look at this
6.Wow!!!
7.Trivia
8.trivia.TRIVIA.trivia
9.Anomalous butterflies in Philippines
PHOTO ALBUMS:
1.Davao butterfly-host plants
2.Malagos garden resort
3.Philippine butterfly-Nympha...

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SUMMARY OF THE BLOGS

Posted by aakarsha handa on July 9, 2011 at 11:48 AM Comments comments (0)

Hello everyone

This blog will show the blogs , photo albums and videos contributed to the butterflies by the students of Apeejay School , Pitampura.

Saumya Gupta

BLOGS

1.Butterflies.

2.Facts About Butterflies.

3.Different Families of Butterflies.

PHOTO ALBUMS

1.Butterfly.

Tribhi Kathuria

BLOGS

1.Greta Oto or The Transparent Butterflies.

2.The World's Most Beautiful Butterfli...

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