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Dave Nelson

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About Dave Nelson

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Adirondack Mountains, NY, USA
  • Interests
    Wild critters and wilderness.

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  • Alamy URL
    https://www.alamy.com/contrib-browse.asp?cid={73F462B3-6ABF-4C23-A2E0-89D65E3D43B7}&name=David+Nelson
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  • Joined Alamy
    07 Sep 2017

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  1. My only June sale, a $20 PU, has been refunded, and my only sale so far in July was for $5.06 gross, $1.52 net. How's that for misery?! 🙂
  2. 1 for $20 gross. Not exclusive. 4 previous sales cleared, so I get paid this month.
  3. Thanks, Betty. We have quite a few cone flowers in our garden, along with Monarda, Dame's Rocket, and Phlox. They all attract butterflies.
  4. Here's a pair on newly hatched Monarchs sharing a cone flower.
  5. Thanks, Betty. We don't do anything other than plant the plants and watch what happens. We have given up on planting vegetables, and just plant flowers that attract the birds and butterflies. Our growing season is too short for most vegetables, and we don't have much space.
  6. Higher $$ RF IQ sale Magazine, Editorial print and digital use. inside.Repeat use within a single issue.
  7. Our plants are mostly in full sun - not sure how they would do with only 3 hours.
  8. We plant swamp milkweed, Asclepias incarnata, where the monarchs lay eggs which hatch into caterpillars. After the butterfly emerges from the chrysalis they feast on the Joe-Pye weed. Neither of these plants seem to spread underground. We purchase most of the plants, but find and liberate some from the wild. Both are common here in the Adirondacks. I believe 10 is the correct number.
  9. We plant various milkweed and other plants specifically for Monarch butterflies - here's Joe-Pye weed plant covered with newly hatched Monarchs in our back yard last September just before the migration south.
  10. The New York Times on line, April 15, 2020 - How the World's Squarest Fish Gets Around BB32AP - Danita Delimont/Alamy Stock Photo
  11. I uploaded 5 images last night - cleared a few minutes ago. 3*
  12. Great news about your daughter! And I'm happy to see you are back! Dave
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