Save the Butterflies

Save the Butterflies
Title Save the Butterflies PDF eBook
Author Bethany Stahl
Publisher
Pages 32
Release 2021-08-10
Genre
ISBN 9781951987138

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Discover the importance of butterflies with Cho and Dad!From educational to heartwarming, Save the Butterflies tells the story of Holly, a butterfly, Cho, and her dad, who work together to discover how people can help plant a butterfly garden as well as raise and release butterflies!Celebrate National Learn About Butterflies Day with this engaging children's book that teaches about monarchs and butterfly rescue! Can you help Cho Save the Butterflies?With beautiful and charming illustrations, this is an exciting butterfly children's book adults will love reading over and over again with their kids. Save the Butterflies' heartfelt lesson of raising butterflies will stay with the reader for a lifetime as they learn to grow a pollinator garden!Brought to you from the author who received a Certificate of Recognition from Dr. Jane Goodall!Book Extras!Engage with exciting search, find, and answer questions after the story!Learn astonishing butterfly facts!Read an exclusive page about the real-life adventures of the author and her efforts to Save the Butterflies!You won't want to miss inspiring little ones with this brilliant butterfly tale!Save the Ocean is the seventh book in the Save the Earth?series!Other books in the Save the Earth? Series:"Save the Ocean" written and illustrated by Bethany Stahl"Save the Arctic" written and illustrated by Bethany Stahl"Save the Bees" written and illustrated by Bethany Stahl"Save the Land" written and illustrated by Bethany Stahl"Save the Scraps" written and illustrated by Bethany Stahl"Save the Sharks" written and illustrated by Bethany StahlPerfect for ages: 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, and up




The Last Butterflies

The Last Butterflies
Title The Last Butterflies PDF eBook
Author Nick Haddad
Publisher Princeton University Press
Pages 264
Release 2021-04-13
Genre Nature
ISBN 0691217173

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A remarkable look at the rarest butterflies, how global changes threaten their existence, and how we can bring them back from near-extinction Most of us have heard of such popular butterflies as the Monarch or Painted Lady. But what about the Fender’s Blue? Or the St. Francis’ Satyr? Because of their extreme rarity, these butterflies are not well-known, yet they are remarkable species with important lessons to teach us. The Last Butterflies spotlights the rarest of these creatures—some numbering no more than what can be held in one hand. Drawing from his own first-hand experiences, Nick Haddad explores the challenges of tracking these vanishing butterflies, why they are disappearing, and why they are worth saving. He also provides startling insights into the effects of human activity and environmental change on the planet’s biodiversity. Weaving a vivid and personal narrative with ideas from ecology and conservation, Haddad illustrates the race against time to reverse the decline of six butterfly species. Many scientists mistakenly assume we fully understand butterflies’ natural histories. Yet, as with the Large Blue in England, we too often know too little and the conservation consequences are dire. Haddad argues that a hands-off approach is not effective and that in many instances, like for the Fender’s Blue and Bay Checkerspot, active and aggressive management is necessary. With deliberate conservation, rare butterflies can coexist with people, inhabit urban fringes, and, in the case of the St. Francis’ Satyr, even reside on bomb ranges and military land. Haddad shows that through the efforts to protect and restore butterflies, we might learn how to successfully confront conservation issues for all animals and plants. A moving account of extinction, recovery, and hope, The Last Butterflies demonstrates the great value of these beautiful insects to science, conservation, and people.




Butterflies Belong Here

Butterflies Belong Here
Title Butterflies Belong Here PDF eBook
Author Deborah Hopkinson
Publisher Chronicle Books LLC
Pages 69
Release 2020-08-04
Genre Juvenile Fiction
ISBN 1452177007

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Butterflies Belong Here is a powerful story of everyday activism and hope. In this moving story of community conservation, a girl finds a home in a new place and a way to help other small travelers. This book is about the real change children can make in conservation and advocacy—in this case, focusing on beautiful monarch butterflies. • From Deborah Hopkinson and Meilo So, the acclaimed team behind Follow the Moon Home • An empowering, classroom-ready read • The protagonist is a girl whose family has recently immigrated to the United States. I know what to look for: large black-and-orange wings with a border of small white specks, flitting from flower to flower, sipping nectar. But though I looked hard, I couldn't find even one. I wondered if monarch butterflies belonged here. I wondered if I did, too. Butterflies Belong Here is proof that even the smallest of us are capable of amazing transformations. • Equal parts educational and heartwarming, this makes a great book for parents and grandparents, as well as librarians, science teachers, and educators. • Those interested in beautiful butterflies and everyday activism will find this lovely book both motivating and inspiring. • Perfect for children ages 5 to 8 years old • You'll love this book if you love books like Thank You, Earth: A Love Letter to Our Planet by April Pulley Sayre, The Honeybee by Kirsten Hall, and Greta and the Giants: Inspired by Greta Thunberg's Stand to Save the World by Zoë Tucker




The Humane Gardener

The Humane Gardener
Title The Humane Gardener PDF eBook
Author Nancy Lawson
Publisher Chronicle Books
Pages 226
Release 2017-04-18
Genre Gardening
ISBN 1616896175

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In this eloquent plea for compassion and respect for all species, journalist and gardener Nancy Lawson describes why and how to welcome wildlife to our backyards. Through engaging anecdotes and inspired advice, profiles of home gardeners throughout the country, and interviews with scientists and horticulturalists, Lawson applies the broader lessons of ecology to our own outdoor spaces. Detailed chapters address planting for wildlife by choosing native species; providing habitats that shelter baby animals, as well as birds, bees, and butterflies; creating safe zones in the garden; cohabiting with creatures often regarded as pests; letting nature be your garden designer; and encouraging natural processes and evolution in the garden. The Humane Gardener fills a unique niche in describing simple principles for both attracting wildlife and peacefully resolving conflicts with all the creatures that share our world.




A Place for Butterflies

A Place for Butterflies
Title A Place for Butterflies PDF eBook
Author Melissa Stewart
Publisher Holiday House
Pages 32
Release 2020-10-06
Genre Juvenile Nonfiction
ISBN 1682632997

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Once abundant monarch butterflies are disappearing in the United States. but that's only part of the story. Many other butterfly species are also in trouble, and human action is often the cause of their plight. What can we do to help protect this important insect? In clear and compelling language, Melissa Stewart showcases twelve North American butterflies—from the familiar eastern tiger swallowtail to the rare Palos Verdes blue butterfly—and the ecosystems that support their survival. The simple narrative states the dangers that each of these butterfly populations face, and informative sidebars describe the efforts of people to save them. Featuring glorious full-color illustrations by Higgins Bond and range maps for each butterfly, this book is perfect for aspiring entomologists and conservationists. This nonfiction picture book is one of the six titles in the prize-winning A Place for... series, a collection that opens readers' minds to a wide range of environmental issues and shows how humans are striving to protect animals and their natural habitats.




Gardening for Butterflies

Gardening for Butterflies
Title Gardening for Butterflies PDF eBook
Author The Xerces Society
Publisher Timber Press
Pages 0
Release 2016-03-23
Genre Gardening
ISBN 9781604695984

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“No matter the size or shape of your growing area, this will guide you through creating a butterfly-friendly space.” —Mother Earth News Welcome the world’s most exquisite visitors to your garden! Gardening for Butterflies, by the experts at the Xerces Society, introduces you to a variety of butterflies who need our help, and shows you how to design a habitat where they will thrive. This optimistic call to arms is packed with everything you need to create a beautiful, pollinator-friendly garden. You will learn why butterflies matter, why they are in danger, and what simple steps we can take to make a difference. You'll also learn how to choose the right plants and how to create a garden that flutters and flourishes with life.




Save the Monarch Butterfly

Save the Monarch Butterfly
Title Save the Monarch Butterfly PDF eBook
Author Kenneth Eade
Publisher CreateSpace
Pages 24
Release 2015-05-22
Genre
ISBN 9781512334906

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You can save the Monarch Butterfly From the #1 Best selling author of "Bless the Bees" comes the definitive solution for saving the beautiful Monarch Butterfly from extinction. Be a part of the solution The beautiful, stained glass wings of the Monarch butterfly used to be a frequent sight in North America. Now, unfortunately this majestic creature is threatened with extinction due to environmentally non-friendly agricultural practices which have all but destroyed the breeding grounds in the route of its fantastic 3,000 mile migration route. Learn the simple ways you can help save the Monarch from extinction, while at the same time learning how to save mankind. The Monarch Butterfly can't speak for itself, but it is trying to tell us something The Monarch is an indicator species. Endangerment of an indicator species is an indication of something terribly wrong in our environment. Scientists say that we are on the verge of a Sixth Mass Extinction. The last mass extinction was 65 million years ago, with the disappearance of the dinosaurs. Saving the Monarch is saving ourselves The same things which threaten their existence; habitat destruction, pesticide contamination, climate change and lack of biodiversity, are the same things that threaten our own. Learn simple ways to help save the world as we know it. Here's what others are saying I like this book; it's condensed, and quickly and easily identifies the problem areas and points out what must be done if we are to be saved. The Eades have authored a compelling narrative about these vital creatures and their imminent extinction. An amazing purchase. We're super happy with this. Fine service; a book with very important information everyone should read ! Scroll up now and buy "Save the Monarch Butterfly." You'll be glad you did!