These butterfly clips are not messing around! Budding trendsetter North West doesn't have time for tiny hair clips that aren't visible from space — the almost 2-year-old recently rocked colorful flying insect hair ornaments bigger than her adorably tiny head! [ Related: North Is The Cutest Minnie Mouse EVER! ] But obviously she made it work! Also, how [...]
A lot of people drive daily on I-35 and soon they might be sharing the road with some unusual commuters: Monarch butterflies. The Fish and Wildlife Service has announced it Read More The post Officials to Create ‘Butterfly Highway’ to Save Species appeared first on Ecorazzi.
Kim Kardashian shared an adorable picture of her 23-month-old daughter, North West, on Instagram this week. And it looks like little Nori is throwing it back old school style with none other than some butterfly hair clips. Of course, these aren’t your normal butterfly clips done in 90s style twisted-cornrows. Show More Summary
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The US Federal Government has unleashed its new action plan to save honeybees, butterflies, and other pollinators currently at risk. While the plan, created by the US Pollinator Task Force, makes some positive strides towards renewing pollinator it of
Social butterflies are a really special species. Dating one will require a level of tolerance not many people have, so... The post 20 Things You Should Know Before Dating A Social Butterfly appeared first on Lifehack.
(Tom Toles via GoComics.com). On the opposite axis of the ‘flying things in the news’ vector, from the NYTimes: On a recent Sunday, Holly Tooker stood by the transparent wall inside the Butterfly Conservatory, at the American Museum of Natural History. It was, as always, 81 degrees with 78 percent humidity, and it had [Read more...]
Holly Tooker, a longtime guide at the Butterfly Conservatory, can say “butterfly” in nearly 150 languages after years of asking foreign museum visitors.
Monarch butterflies’ 2500-mile annual migration hasn’t exactly been smooth sailing—er, flying—as of late. Luckily, POTUS has a plan to ease their journey. (#ThanksObama.) In a report released May 19, a White House task force outlines...Show More Summary
More parental leave for city workers, SFPD recruits stop crime, and some butterflies return to SF. [ more › ]
Still settling into his new role as a dad, Ashton Kutcher can’t help but feel protective over his adorable baby girl Wyatt. The “Butterfly Effect” star has issued a statement in response to the New York Post, The Mirror and The Daily...Show More Summary
Butterfly elk. Stuff with cream cheese and jalapenos. Wrap with bacon. Grill to perfection. Say no more.
FLOTUS like a butterfly, sting like a bee!
Just when everyone thought Miley Cyrus couldn't get any weirder after her butterfly afterparty show, she blessed the Internet with an oder to her dead blowfish, Pablow. Pablow passed away recently and it was only fitting that the pop star wrote and sang a song in his honor. Show More Summary
The Obama administration just released a 10-year plan to grow monarch butterfly and bee populations.
The White House outlined its strategy to restore the nation’s struggling honeybee and monarch butterfly populations to some semblance of health, mostly by expanding the acreage devoted to the plants that are crucial to their surviva...
We’ve got butterflies in our stomach, but the early bird gets the worm, even when it’s raining cats and dogs. Don’t spill the beans though. It’s not rocket science. It’s just a whole lot of idioms. Idioms are figurative phrases with meanings that can’t be determined from their literal meaning. Show More Summary
Post by Stephanie Booth. Tattoos have become so mainstream that now, people do a double-take if you DON'T have one. But whether you have a tiny butterfly somewhere only your husband can see or a full-on sleeve, how much do you really...Show More Summary
WASHINGTON (AP) — A new federal plan aims to reverse America's declining honeybee and monarch butterfly populations by making millions of acres of federal land more bee-friendly, spending millions of dollars more on research and considering...Show More Summary