Hey wildlife lovers! Mother nature is the best teacher 🌎✍️🎨 Every time i’m in nature, I love to wildlife journaling. It is such a wonderful way for me to observe my surroundings and learn many new plants and wildlife I spotted that day! 🌿
Hey wildlife lovers! Come along into the world of tropical butterflies! The journey begins as we step into the up close and personal experience with hundreds of tropical butterflies flying throughout the exhibit.
Hey wildlife lovers! Today I'll take you into the world of spring botanicals and discover which tiny pollinators help our ecosystem to strive! Using my Sony A1 with G shot 90mm Macro Lens. I love this setup for capturing botanicals and small insects. The details are so sharp, and I can see all the tiny pollen in the flowers. Stay till the end to view all the photographs I took. As outdoor temperatures rise and spring flowers bloom, honey bees will begin foraging for nectar and pollen. These tiny hardworking pollinators love the spring! When the winter season fades, and the sun’s rays begin to gather strength. It’s the start of a brand new season. Spring, light and warmth summon fast growth. It’s a time that calls for maximum performance all around, but provides plentiful sustenance in return.
After months of rain this year, it has produced a fabulous super bloom of vibrant California Poppy. Huge carpets of golden California Poppies appear all through the mountain hill, which created a heavenly sight to see.
The California poppy, also known as the California sunlight, is the official state flower. The poppy's bright orange flowers are an unmatched symbol of the Golden State, perhaps viewed as a floral representation of the “fields of gold” sought during the gold rush. Not only is California poppy the official state flower, it also symbolizes hope and peace. While there are 200 species of poppies, only the California Poppy has a vivid yellow rim on the circular petals. With its vibrant open petals, it invites the pollinators to come dance in their stamens to collect pollen. Surprisingly California poppy don’t provide nectar, but they do have abundant pollen for the happy pollinators. These blooms of sunshine produce abundant pollen for the pollinators and insects to help strive in the ecosystem.