Skip to comments.Climate change could wipe out butterfly populations
Posted on 06/02/2012 6:23:52 AM PDT by Oldeconomybuyer
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Fluffy bunny population also affected.
They are just going to continue on and on about this “climate change” nonsense as if we did not learn that they lied about the initial data...
It’s always good to see a butterfly flutter by.
We had a warm winter this year and it looks like bunnies and bullfrogs did better than usual.
Are the rainbow unicorns safe?
I wish it would wipe out leftists.
My wife and I are avid gardeners and live in central Oklahoma. This past winter was very mild. Since our flowers came out in the spring we have noticed an over abundance of butterflies, many more than normal. Small, large, different colors, butterflies I’ve never seen. A joy to sit and watch.
Wasn’t it 2 winters ago that unusually cold temps in N. Mexico devastated the monarch population?
“I wish it would wipe out leftists.” ....and Ground Hogs! Nasty pieces of work also. :)
Like Your tag line.
Here is the man called Wanker in the above article. Maybe he married a wanker to get green card etc
We’re all going to die!
You beat me too it. No pun intended. Actually I was moved by the ten foot pole rule. No pun intended.
“They are just going to continue on and on about this climate change nonsense as if we did not learn that they lied about the initial data...”
This is exactly what the left does. Keep repeating the lie long after opposing forces debunk it. Then it becomes the new truth.
Thanks for the pic. In this case, it really is worthy 1000 words.
Such a dour look on the man!! He should come to my property - butterflies, bluebirds! the cutest cardinal couple you ever saw - abound.
We have a swallow in our bluebird box - I was mad at first but the bluebirds found another place nearby. The swallow is pretty - white stomach and steely greenish blue body.
Also a hummingbird at the window - nature is awesome and repairs itself.
“Here is the man called Wanker “
One of Peggy Bundy’s relatives?
In my small town between Cleveland and Akron, I have seen very few butterflies. I figured it’s all the chemicals people are using on their lawns. My lawn is a sanctuary for bugs! It’s all weeds! Hey! They’re green.
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