Let's check back in on your reports of flowering of Nectar Connectors species!
Your observations give us a better understanding of where and when nectar plants are available for pollinators. This information can be used by the US Fish & Wildlife Service, as well as other organizations, to make conservation plans to protect monarchs and other pollinators.
At this time of year, monarchs are summering in the northern parts of the country, but they will soon start making their journey south to their wintering grounds in Mexico. Below, we take a look at your reports of open flowers from regions across the country.