Bugs are on the move.   

People move in. Bugs move out. Cities grow. Land changes. Flowers and weeds disappear.

Bugs can’t find food to eat. They lose their homes. Goodbye bees and butterflies. 


READ MORE: Scientists count bugs. They have bad news. More bugs were flying around Earth 30 years ago. The insect population [pop-you-LAY-shun] is shrinking. Cities are growing and bugs are losing their habitats. God created insects. Genesis 1:24 says, “And God said, ‘Let the Earth bring forth living creatures according to their kinds—livestock and creeping things and beasts of the Earth according to their kinds.’ And it was so.” Insects pollinate crops to help them grow. They flitter and flutter to spread pollen among plants. How many bees and butterflies have you seen lately?