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Old 12-12-2010, 12:22 PM   #1
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The following notice just appeared on an entomology listserve:

"Time is running out if you want to purchase the 2011 Bee Calendar. Think of all the gardeners on your holiday list that need a calendar!

Featuring magnificent close-up photos by Rollin Coville, this 9" x 12" calendar highlights twelve commonly encountered pollinators. Each month introduces you to a different bee genus, with a gorgeous full-page pin-up photo accompanied by notes on preferred plants, nesting needs, and guidance on how to identify the genus - and of course, a complete day-by-day calendar for each month.

Proceeds from this gorgeous and inspiring calendar benefit The Great Sunflower Project.

For more detailed information on ordering and shipping, or to purchase your calendar please visit 2011 calendars | The Great Sunflower Project
U.S. Price: $15.00 (includes shipping)
International Price: $18.00 (includes shipping)"
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Old 12-12-2010, 01:05 PM   #2
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That looks like a nice calendar for this year.

Now you have me wondering....
Once W. G. is finished working on getting the bugs out of the sight.
Could we begin gathering photo material into a thread where people could vote for the 12 best to create a calendar of our own to benefit W.G. monetarily for 2012?

Would there be someone on board here who knows how to do the actual production of one????
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