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Take The Sting Out! 

And Give Yourself a Tax Break 


The end of the year is just a few days away. If you haven't had a chance to make a donation to our Pollinators Campaign, please consider doing that today. 

Your tax-deductible donation will help launch our new work on behalf of pollinators—from bees, beetles and butterflies to hover flies and hummingbirds.

If you have already donated, our deepest thanks. Your support makes this work possible.

Warm wishes from the Board, Staff and Volunteers,

Sally

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It's a wasp. It's a bee. It's a ... fly?

All the insects in this email are hover flies. Also known as syrphids or flower flies, their colours mimic bees or wasps—a great way to fool predators.

Adult hover flies use their sponge-like mouth parts to suck up nectar. You can often see them hovering near flowers like mini-helicopters, zipping back and forth. 

Although they may look dangerous, hover flies are harmless. They neither bite nor sting. Their larvae, however, are fierce predators of aphids.
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Sally Banks / Hover Flies
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