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Do you mean we can't withhold food from insects by spraying it with pesticide so that we can have everything for ourselves, without disrupting the food chain and destroying ecosystems? Who'd a thunk it? (except anyone with a brain above the age of reason - this excludes cons)

 

This spells humanity's doom. So be it. We deserve it (at least the Republicans do, but we failed to stop them, so it is on us too). Humanity is irresponsible and selfish and we will pay the ultimate price. At least we will get a ringside seat when the food runs out. Then you will see the true face of humanity.

 

 

https://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/insect-population-decline-extinction_us_5c611921e4b0f9e1b17f097d

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There have been warning signs for years about plummeting insect populations worldwide, but the extent of the potentially “catastrophic” crisis had not been well-understood — until now. 

The first global scientific review of insect population decline was published this week in the journal Biological Conservation and the findings are “shocking,” its authors said.

More than 40 percent of insect species are dwindling globally and a third of species are endangered, concluded the peer-reviewed study, which analyzed 73 historical reports on insect population declines.

Chillingly, the total mass of insects is falling by 2.5 percent annually, the review’s authors said. If the decline continues at this rate, insects could be wiped off the face of the Earth within a century.

“It is very rapid. In 10 years you will have a quarter less, in 50 years only half left and in 100 years you will have none,” study co-author Francisco Sánchez-Bayo, an environmental biologist at the University of Sydney, Australia, told The Guardian.

“If insect species losses cannot be halted, this will have catastrophic consequences for both the planet’s ecosystems and for the survival of mankind,” Sánchez-Bayo added.

Scientists have warned that a human-caused sixth mass extinction is now underway on Earth. Vertebrate species, both on land and under the sea, are threatened at a global scale because of human activities.

But according to the new review, the proportion of insects in decline is currently twice as high as that of vertebrates and the insect extinction rate is eight times faster than that of mammals, birds and reptiles.

Insects play a profoundly important role in Earth’s ecosystems. They are a food source for many animals, are critical pollinators and recycle nutrients back into the soil.

In a November New York Times report about a possible “insect apocalypse,” scientists were asked to imagine a world with no insects. 

They found “words like chaos, collapse, Armageddon,” the Times wrote. ”[One entomologist] describes a flowerless world with silent forests, a world of dung and old leaves and rotting carcasses accumulating in cities and roadsides, a world of ‘collapse or decay and erosion and loss that would spread through ecosystems.’”

According to the new scientific review, habitat loss because of intensive agriculture is the top driver of insect population declines. The heavy use of pesticides, climate change and

invasive species were also pinpointed as significant causes.

“Unless we change our ways of producing food, insects as a whole will go down the path of extinction in a few decades,” the review’s co-authors wrote. “The repercussions this will have for the planet’s ecosystems are catastrophic to say the least.”

 

 

 

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57 minutes ago, drvoke said:

 

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Do you mean we can't withhold food from insects by spraying it with pesticide so that we can have everything for ourselves, without disrupting the food chain and destroying ecosystems? Who'd a thunk it? (except anyone with a brain above the age of reason - this excludes cons)

 

This spells humanity's doom. So be it. We deserve it (at least the Republicans do, but we failed to stop them, so it is on us too). Humanity is irresponsible and selfish and we will pay the ultimate price. At least we will get a ringside seat when the food runs out. Then you will see the true face of humanity.

 

 

https://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/insect-population-decline-extinction_us_5c611921e4b0f9e1b17f097d

(Full article at above link)

 

 

There have been warning signs for years about plummeting insect populations worldwide, but the extent of the potentially “catastrophic” crisis had not been well-understood — until now. 

The first global scientific review of insect population decline was published this week in the journal Biological Conservation and the findings are “shocking,” its authors said.

More than 40 percent of insect species are dwindling globally and a third of species are endangered, concluded the peer-reviewed study, which analyzed 73 historical reports on insect population declines.

Chillingly, the total mass of insects is falling by 2.5 percent annually, the review’s authors said. If the decline continues at this rate, insects could be wiped off the face of the Earth within a century.

“It is very rapid. In 10 years you will have a quarter less, in 50 years only half left and in 100 years you will have none,” study co-author Francisco Sánchez-Bayo, an environmental biologist at the University of Sydney, Australia, told The Guardian.

“If insect species losses cannot be halted, this will have catastrophic consequences for both the planet’s ecosystems and for the survival of mankind,” Sánchez-Bayo added.

Scientists have warned that a human-caused sixth mass extinction is now underway on Earth. Vertebrate species, both on land and under the sea, are threatened at a global scale because of human activities.

But according to the new review, the proportion of insects in decline is currently twice as high as that of vertebrates and the insect extinction rate is eight times faster than that of mammals, birds and reptiles.

Insects play a profoundly important role in Earth’s ecosystems. They are a food source for many animals, are critical pollinators and recycle nutrients back into the soil.

In a November New York Times report about a possible “insect apocalypse,” scientists were asked to imagine a world with no insects. 

They found “words like chaos, collapse, Armageddon,” the Times wrote. ”[One entomologist] describes a flowerless world with silent forests, a world of dung and old leaves and rotting carcasses accumulating in cities and roadsides, a world of ‘collapse or decay and erosion and loss that would spread through ecosystems.’”

According to the new scientific review, habitat loss because of intensive agriculture is the top driver of insect population declines. The heavy use of pesticides, climate change and

invasive species were also pinpointed as significant causes.

“Unless we change our ways of producing food, insects as a whole will go down the path of extinction in a few decades,” the review’s co-authors wrote. “The repercussions this will have for the planet’s ecosystems are catastrophic to say the least.”

 

 

 

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More panic mongering. 

 

Hear this every year. "Oh no! The apocalypse is here, DOOM and GLOOM." 

 

 

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59 minutes ago, drvoke said:

 

Image result for insect apocalypse

 

 

 

 

Do you mean we can't withhold food from insects by spraying it with pesticide so that we can have everything for ourselves, without disrupting the food chain and destroying ecosystems? Who'd a thunk it? (except anyone with a brain above the age of reason - this excludes cons)

 

This spells humanity's doom. So be it. We deserve it (at least the Republicans do, but we failed to stop them, so it is on us too). Humanity is irresponsible and selfish and we will pay the ultimate price. At least we will get a ringside seat when the food runs out. Then you will see the true face of humanity.

 

 

https://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/insect-population-decline-extinction_us_5c611921e4b0f9e1b17f097d

(Full article at above link)

 

 

There have been warning signs for years about plummeting insect populations worldwide, but the extent of the potentially “catastrophic” crisis had not been well-understood — until now. 

The first global scientific review of insect population decline was published this week in the journal Biological Conservation and the findings are “shocking,” its authors said.

More than 40 percent of insect species are dwindling globally and a third of species are endangered, concluded the peer-reviewed study, which analyzed 73 historical reports on insect population declines.

Chillingly, the total mass of insects is falling by 2.5 percent annually, the review’s authors said. If the decline continues at this rate, insects could be wiped off the face of the Earth within a century.

“It is very rapid. In 10 years you will have a quarter less, in 50 years only half left and in 100 years you will have none,” study co-author Francisco Sánchez-Bayo, an environmental biologist at the University of Sydney, Australia, told The Guardian.

“If insect species losses cannot be halted, this will have catastrophic consequences for both the planet’s ecosystems and for the survival of mankind,” Sánchez-Bayo added.

Scientists have warned that a human-caused sixth mass extinction is now underway on Earth. Vertebrate species, both on land and under the sea, are threatened at a global scale because of human activities.

But according to the new review, the proportion of insects in decline is currently twice as high as that of vertebrates and the insect extinction rate is eight times faster than that of mammals, birds and reptiles.

Insects play a profoundly important role in Earth’s ecosystems. They are a food source for many animals, are critical pollinators and recycle nutrients back into the soil.

In a November New York Times report about a possible “insect apocalypse,” scientists were asked to imagine a world with no insects. 

They found “words like chaos, collapse, Armageddon,” the Times wrote. ”[One entomologist] describes a flowerless world with silent forests, a world of dung and old leaves and rotting carcasses accumulating in cities and roadsides, a world of ‘collapse or decay and erosion and loss that would spread through ecosystems.’”

According to the new scientific review, habitat loss because of intensive agriculture is the top driver of insect population declines. The heavy use of pesticides, climate change and

invasive species were also pinpointed as significant causes.

“Unless we change our ways of producing food, insects as a whole will go down the path of extinction in a few decades,” the review’s co-authors wrote. “The repercussions this will have for the planet’s ecosystems are catastrophic to say the least.”

 

 

 

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🤣 God damn you morons are so gullible. 

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1 hour ago, drvoke said:

 

Image result for insect apocalypse

 

 

 

 

Do you mean we can't withhold food from insects by spraying it with pesticide so that we can have everything for ourselves, without disrupting the food chain and destroying ecosystems? Who'd a thunk it? (except anyone with a brain above the age of reason - this excludes cons)

 

This spells humanity's doom. So be it. We deserve it (at least the Republicans do, but we failed to stop them, so it is on us too). Humanity is irresponsible and selfish and we will pay the ultimate price. At least we will get a ringside seat when the food runs out. Then you will see the true face of humanity.

 

 

https://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/insect-population-decline-extinction_us_5c611921e4b0f9e1b17f097d

(Full article at above link)

 

 

There have been warning signs for years about plummeting insect populations worldwide, but the extent of the potentially “catastrophic” crisis had not been well-understood — until now. 

The first global scientific review of insect population decline was published this week in the journal Biological Conservation and the findings are “shocking,” its authors said.

More than 40 percent of insect species are dwindling globally and a third of species are endangered, concluded the peer-reviewed study, which analyzed 73 historical reports on insect population declines.

Chillingly, the total mass of insects is falling by 2.5 percent annually, the review’s authors said. If the decline continues at this rate, insects could be wiped off the face of the Earth within a century.

“It is very rapid. In 10 years you will have a quarter less, in 50 years only half left and in 100 years you will have none,” study co-author Francisco Sánchez-Bayo, an environmental biologist at the University of Sydney, Australia, told The Guardian.

“If insect species losses cannot be halted, this will have catastrophic consequences for both the planet’s ecosystems and for the survival of mankind,” Sánchez-Bayo added.

Scientists have warned that a human-caused sixth mass extinction is now underway on Earth. Vertebrate species, both on land and under the sea, are threatened at a global scale because of human activities.

But according to the new review, the proportion of insects in decline is currently twice as high as that of vertebrates and the insect extinction rate is eight times faster than that of mammals, birds and reptiles.

Insects play a profoundly important role in Earth’s ecosystems. They are a food source for many animals, are critical pollinators and recycle nutrients back into the soil.

In a November New York Times report about a possible “insect apocalypse,” scientists were asked to imagine a world with no insects. 

They found “words like chaos, collapse, Armageddon,” the Times wrote. ”[One entomologist] describes a flowerless world with silent forests, a world of dung and old leaves and rotting carcasses accumulating in cities and roadsides, a world of ‘collapse or decay and erosion and loss that would spread through ecosystems.’”

According to the new scientific review, habitat loss because of intensive agriculture is the top driver of insect population declines. The heavy use of pesticides, climate change and

invasive species were also pinpointed as significant causes.

“Unless we change our ways of producing food, insects as a whole will go down the path of extinction in a few decades,” the review’s co-authors wrote. “The repercussions this will have for the planet’s ecosystems are catastrophic to say the least.”

 

 

 

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i wish you democrats would die off

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7 minutes ago, kfools said:

More panic mongering. 

 

Hear this every year. "Oh no! The apocalypse is here, DOOM and GLOOM." 

 

 

 

 

5 minutes ago, DeepBreath said:

🤣 God damn you morons are so gullible. 

 

 

5 minutes ago, JTZilla said:

i wish you democrats would die off

 

 

 

The truth is staring you in the face. Ignore it at your own peril. 

 

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1 hour ago, drvoke said:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The truth is staring you in the face. Ignore it at your own peril. 

 

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Well, good. You idiots are a perfect example of why we should just wipe out humanity and start all over. 

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5 hours ago, kfools said:

More panic mongering. 

 

Hear this every year. "Oh no! The apocalypse is here, DOOM and GLOOM." 

 

Yep. Been hearing it since the early 70s "coming ice age" warnings.

 

It's how the modern day communists steal our wealth and liberty.

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5 hours ago, kfools said:

More panic mongering. 

 

Hear this every year. "Oh no! The apocalypse is here, DOOM and GLOOM." 

 

 

this is not a good thing....we do need to revamp the ag industry in this country...big ag is feeding us poison...

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Monsanto is evil incarnate.

 

 

Seeds of Evil: Monsanto and Genetic Engineering

https://www.organicconsumers.org/news/seeds-evil-monsanto-and-genetic-engineering

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For thousands of years, farmers have saved seeds from one farming season to another. But when Monsanto developed genetically modified (GM) seeds that would resist its own herbicide, the glyphosate-based Roundup, it patented the seeds.

The United States Patent and Trademark Office, for practically all of its history, refused to grant patents on seeds, viewing them as life forms with too many variables to be patented. However, in 1980, the U.S. Supreme Court allowed for seed patents in a 5-4 decision. (Guess who, cons?-drvoke) This laid the groundwork for plenty of corporations to start gaining control of global food supply.

The patenting of seeds is only one of the different ways that Monsanto affects food, farming, and your future health.


Seeds of Profit and Dominance

Over the past 15 years or so, a collection of five giant biotech corporations - Monsanto, Syngenta, Bayer, Dow, and DuPont - have bought up more than 200 other companies, allowing them to dominate access to seeds.

Monsanto has become the world leader in genetic engineering of seeds, winning 674 biotechnology patents, which is more than any other company. If you are a farmer who buys its Roundup Ready seeds, you are required to sign an agreement promising not to save the seed produced after each harvest for re-planting. You are also prohibited from selling the seed to other farmers. In short, you must buy new seeds every year.

Because saving seeds is considered patent infringement, anyone who does save GM seeds must pay a license fee to re-sow them. This results in higher prices and reduced product options, as well as the increased need for pesticides and herbicides required by GM crops. 


Given their current powers, Monsanto puts pressure on farmers, farmer's coops, seed dealers, and anyone it suspects may have infringed its seed patents. It does so through the following:

⦁    Its shadowy army of private investigators and agents secretly photograph and videotape farmers, co-ops, and store owners

⦁    Its private investigators infiltrate community meetings and gather news from informants about farming activities

⦁    Its agents pretend to be surveyors

⦁    Its agents confront farmers on their land and try to pressure them to sign papers that give Monsanto access to their private records.

 

In 2009 alone, 17,638 Indian farmers committed suicide due to Monsanto's tactics.

 

 

 

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I ate some dried crickets once. They were good.. They tasted like the chili lime seasoning on them

 

Life adapts drvoke

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2 minutes ago, EltonJohnson said:

Pile of dead yellow jackets?

 

they are nature’s assholes 

 

good  riddance

Yeah, i would have chosen a better pic to engender sympathy. The only good thing yellow jackets do is eat mosquitoes. They don't pollinate anything. 

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8 minutes ago, EltonJohnson said:

Pile of dead yellow jackets?

 

they are nature’s assholes 

 

good  riddance

lofl.....meat bees....

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6 minutes ago, NeoConvict said:

Yeah, i would have chosen a better pic to engender sympathy. The only good thing yellow jackets do is eat mosquitoes. They don't pollinate anything. 

they eat carion….and they feed bears.....bears love digging up their hives....they nest in the ground around here....for the most part..we have a couple nests in trees..but mostly in the ground

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4 minutes ago, BullConnor said:

Let’s guess, we can fix it with gubmint control and taxation.

no...just make monsanto and dow chemical pesticides illegal....there are a few other companies that are at fault but yeah....organic is the way to go....locally grown organic...

states can do it on their own....so no need for feds....

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2 minutes ago, dontlooknow said:

So you guys don't care cause it doesn't fit your world view. Stick your head in the ground. 

democrats are the ones denying rain collection, seed selling....dems are anti healthy food....

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Amamzing overpopulated insects die in mass. Seems like natural cycles, not some man made crisis.  Surface of illusion dwellers always following vocabulary and ideas of could happen not actual life only taking place contained to the moment here perpetual motion supplies being perpetually balancing totals sums reproduced so far..

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Yellowjackets: Nature's Assholes

 

copied from:  http://doobie77.blogspot.com/2006/08/yellowjackets-natures-assholes.html

 


As somewhat of a nature lover, me and the outdoors get along just fine. Of course, I'm more of a nature lover from afar. I hate camping trips unless I can be assured of TV and/or continuous air conditioning (or at least the temperature never hovering above 72 degrees). Even buggy days outdoors will drive me back inside.

Nevertheless, I've always been intrigued by wildlife and insects. I'm old enough now to know that these creatures are neither good nor bad, and are merely acting on intuition to survive. Let's face it, none of these critters really want to interact with us and prefer keeping a safe distance whenever possible.

Ditto for the things you find in your house that you really don't want there. Spiders can be a nuisance but they're more beneficial that a person would think and, dammit, how are they going to be able to catch anything to eat when you keep walking into their webs? As much as a pain in the ass that ants are (once, I found them swarming an overturned sippy cup of Matt's at midnight...ugh), you have to admire their industriousness. And if you've got mice well, hey, they're just looking for a warm place to shack up. Bottom line is that as aggravating as these these creatures can be, it's hard to get truly mad at them because pissing you off is not their intention...or at least not directly.

Except for those Bad wording yellowjackets.

Yellowjackets are nothing more than aggressive, flying cockroaches with stingers. Unlike most insects, they want your food, they want it now, and so help you if you get in their way. The hell with ants, yellowjackets are the biggest picnic nuisance ever. Good luck enjoying your food if they're nearby and have figured out your location. How many people know others who've been stung in their mouths by a yellowjacket that's gotten inside of their soda can? I'd love to know the numbers on how many "bee stings" unrelated to hive disturbances that can be chalked up to yellowjackets. Because let's face it...you take out the "hive disturbance" factor and other stinging insects like honey bees, hornets and even the most physically intimidating wasps are pretty docile. And the hives/nests of the latter are usually pretty obvious so that you usually have ample time to steer clear of it. My guess is that at least 80% would be yellowjackets and even the other 20% by the others could be chalked up to misunderstandings that would have preferably been avoided by both parties (accidentally sitting on a wasp, stepping on a bee in bare feet, etc.)

And where do yellowjackets build their nests? Sometimes underground. Sometimes in stone walls. What dicks. Sure, being hidden protects you from predators but being hidden *too* well means larger creatures can't see you and can inadvertantly destroy your homes. How many times have you heard stories of someone attacked by a swarm of bees because the foot of his ladder fell into a yellow jacket nest? When I moved into my current house, the bastards had already set up shop inside a bush outside of my house. Fortunately, I had seen the telltale sign of them constantly darting in and out of the bush to clue me in, otherwise Debbie's dog or I would have been a victim.

Now I've got a small nest of them outside my garage wall. The little bastards found an opening in a small piece of foundation block that had crumbled away and set up shop. Fortunately, although I can't see the nest, it never appeared to have gotten that big (no more than one darting in/out in 15 second intervals) and it looks like my last attempt to foam spray them to death may have worked.

Regardless, they're still assholes.

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Don't worry, as the dems allow millions of Illegals to flood the country the beneficial insects that are lost will be replaced by Bed Bugs and Cockroaches. No worries.

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43 minutes ago, bigsky said:

no...just make monsanto and dow chemical pesticides illegal....there are a few other companies that are at fault but yeah....organic is the way to go....locally grown organic...

states can do it on their own....so no need for feds....

I have heard its actually cell signals, wifi, and microwaves screwing with their navigation. Makes sense as the issue is happening in countries that have banned Monsanto. 

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8 hours ago, drvoke said:

 

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Do you mean we can't withhold food from insects by spraying it with pesticide so that we can have everything for ourselves, without disrupting the food chain and destroying ecosystems? Who'd a thunk it? (except anyone with a brain above the age of reason - this excludes cons)

 

This spells humanity's doom. So be it. We deserve it (at least the Republicans do, but we failed to stop them, so it is on us too). Humanity is irresponsible and selfish and we will pay the ultimate price. At least we will get a ringside seat when the food runs out. Then you will see the true face of humanity.

 

 

https://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/insect-population-decline-extinction_us_5c611921e4b0f9e1b17f097d

(Full article at above link)

 

 

There have been warning signs for years about plummeting insect populations worldwide, but the extent of the potentially “catastrophic” crisis had not been well-understood — until now. 

The first global scientific review of insect population decline was published this week in the journal Biological Conservation and the findings are “shocking,” its authors said.

More than 40 percent of insect species are dwindling globally and a third of species are endangered, concluded the peer-reviewed study, which analyzed 73 historical reports on insect population declines.

Chillingly, the total mass of insects is falling by 2.5 percent annually, the review’s authors said. If the decline continues at this rate, insects could be wiped off the face of the Earth within a century.

“It is very rapid. In 10 years you will have a quarter less, in 50 years only half left and in 100 years you will have none,” study co-author Francisco Sánchez-Bayo, an environmental biologist at the University of Sydney, Australia, told The Guardian.

“If insect species losses cannot be halted, this will have catastrophic consequences for both the planet’s ecosystems and for the survival of mankind,” Sánchez-Bayo added.

Scientists have warned that a human-caused sixth mass extinction is now underway on Earth. Vertebrate species, both on land and under the sea, are threatened at a global scale because of human activities.

But according to the new review, the proportion of insects in decline is currently twice as high as that of vertebrates and the insect extinction rate is eight times faster than that of mammals, birds and reptiles.

Insects play a profoundly important role in Earth’s ecosystems. They are a food source for many animals, are critical pollinators and recycle nutrients back into the soil.

In a November New York Times report about a possible “insect apocalypse,” scientists were asked to imagine a world with no insects. 

They found “words like chaos, collapse, Armageddon,” the Times wrote. ”[One entomologist] describes a flowerless world with silent forests, a world of dung and old leaves and rotting carcasses accumulating in cities and roadsides, a world of ‘collapse or decay and erosion and loss that would spread through ecosystems.’”

According to the new scientific review, habitat loss because of intensive agriculture is the top driver of insect population declines. The heavy use of pesticides, climate change and

invasive species were also pinpointed as significant causes.

“Unless we change our ways of producing food, insects as a whole will go down the path of extinction in a few decades,” the review’s co-authors wrote. “The repercussions this will have for the planet’s ecosystems are catastrophic to say the least.”

 

 

 

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Birds, i finally  managed to attract some of the birds that are supposed to be in this area over the winter however in the

past they would keep feeding until all the bird seed was gone but now they were only at the feeder for one day.

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15 minutes ago, Chongo said:

 

Birds, i finally  managed to attract some of the birds that are supposed to be in this area over the winter however in the

past they would keep feeding until all the bird seed was gone but now they were only at the feeder for one day.

NM sucks for birds

 

They are callinng for Grishams impeachment for withdrawing 118 folks with their hands in their pockets bored out of their mind

 

Cali is following suit

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