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Letters to the Editor, Opinion

Help save the insects and pollinators

On 9/19/22 The Washington Post had an article in their Magazine section by Robert O’Harrow, Jr., “The World’s Oldest Winged Insect is in Trouble. How Frightened Should We Be?”

When I moved to an apartment complex in 2019 there would occasionally be blue herons and white egrets feeding in the retention pond which had a frog chorus at night. Then the chorus of frogs was not as loud. Then the wading birds were there no more. Then one night recently there was silence broken only occasionally by a single croak.

 

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