Pollinators on the KerrRanch
NativePollinatorProject•Educate Publicabout Pollinators•Increase Habitatfor Pollinators onthe Kerr Ranch
Wildflowers on the RanchWildflower Meadows & PlotsProvide Habitat for DiversePollinators
Butterflies
Bees
Flies….Bee or fly?
Some fly species mimic bee coloration.Many flies visit flowers; some are important pollinators
Wildflowers on the Ranch:Rails-to-Trails Roadside Meadow
Roadsides are critical repositoriesof native plants
Controlled burnof this areaBrought PalePurple Coneflowers(Echinacea pallida)in new abundance
SnapshotsJune 2013
A bio-diversemeadow:Key pollinatorhabitat in everyseason
Prairie Parsley
Large-floweredConeflower
Hairy Petunia (Wild Petunia))
Daisy Fleabane (White Top)
Fringed Poppy Mallow(Tall Wine Cup)
Large-flowered Tickseed
Carolina Larkspur
Indian Plantain
Prairie Sabatia
Crimson Clover(not native, but common along roadsides)
Illinois Bundleflower
Common Milkweed(seed pods)
Rattlesnake Master (ButtonSnakeroot)
Wooly Yarrow
For more information on KerrCenter’s Pollinator ProjectContact David RedhageProject Manager
This material is based upon work supported by the NaturalResources Conservation Service, U.S. Department ofAgriculture, un...
Any opinions, findings, conclusions, or recommendations expressedin this publication are those of the author(s) and do not...
Wildflowers: Habitat for Native Pollinators on the Kerr Ranch
Wildflowers: Habitat for Native Pollinators on the Kerr Ranch
Wildflowers: Habitat for Native Pollinators on the Kerr Ranch
Wildflowers: Habitat for Native Pollinators on the Kerr Ranch
Wildflowers: Habitat for Native Pollinators on the Kerr Ranch
Wildflowers: Habitat for Native Pollinators on the Kerr Ranch
Wildflowers: Habitat for Native Pollinators on the Kerr Ranch
Wildflowers: Habitat for Native Pollinators on the Kerr Ranch
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Wildflowers: Habitat for Native Pollinators on the Kerr Ranch

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Snapshots of a wildflower meadow, summer 2013. The Kerr Center's Native Pollinator Project is establishing and preserving habitat for native pollinators and educating farmers, ranchers and the public about ways to help native pollinators.

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Wildflowers: Habitat for Native Pollinators on the Kerr Ranch

  1. 1. Pollinators on the KerrRanch
  2. 2. NativePollinatorProject•Educate Publicabout Pollinators•Increase Habitatfor Pollinators onthe Kerr Ranch
  3. 3. Wildflowers on the RanchWildflower Meadows & PlotsProvide Habitat for DiversePollinators
  4. 4. Butterflies
  5. 5. Bees
  6. 6. Flies….Bee or fly?
  7. 7. Some fly species mimic bee coloration.Many flies visit flowers; some are important pollinators
  8. 8. Wildflowers on the Ranch:Rails-to-Trails Roadside Meadow
  9. 9. Roadsides are critical repositoriesof native plants
  10. 10. Controlled burnof this areaBrought PalePurple Coneflowers(Echinacea pallida)in new abundance
  11. 11. SnapshotsJune 2013
  12. 12. A bio-diversemeadow:Key pollinatorhabitat in everyseason
  13. 13. Prairie Parsley
  14. 14. Large-floweredConeflower
  15. 15. Hairy Petunia (Wild Petunia))
  16. 16. Daisy Fleabane (White Top)
  17. 17. Fringed Poppy Mallow(Tall Wine Cup)
  18. 18. Large-flowered Tickseed
  19. 19. Carolina Larkspur
  20. 20. Indian Plantain
  21. 21. Prairie Sabatia
  22. 22. Crimson Clover(not native, but common along roadsides)
  23. 23. Illinois Bundleflower
  24. 24. Common Milkweed(seed pods)
  25. 25. Rattlesnake Master (ButtonSnakeroot)
  26. 26. Wooly Yarrow
  27. 27. For more information on KerrCenter’s Pollinator ProjectContact David RedhageProject Manager
  28. 28. This material is based upon work supported by the NaturalResources Conservation Service, U.S. Department ofAgriculture, under number 69-7335-1-21
  29. 29. Any opinions, findings, conclusions, or recommendations expressedin this publication are those of the author(s) and do not necessarilyreflect the views of the U.S. Department of Agriculture.

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