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Miss M's Science World Jul 12
For those of you that have watched our YouTube video of you will know a leafcutter bee was making herself at home in our bug hotel. Look at all the circles she's cut. She's now finished 2 cells. 🐝🐝 Baby bees in 2019!!
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MarlboroughUnwrapped Jul 19
You totally embraced this June - it was hard to keep up with your enthusiasm & shares...the top 5 makes & dos were: 1st Make a Watering Hole for Bees, 2nd Build your own Bug Hotel, 3rd Build a Bee House, 4th Make a Butterfly Feeding Station and
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Langwith Lodge Residential Home Jul 19
Our escapades have been in the local paper ❀️
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Mikki Longley 10h
Garden Studio Wildlife of the day - the Bees just love these flowers!
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Matthew Oates Jul 19
Three million cheers! My first Purple Emperor of the day, which means I've seen them for 30 days this year - as in , the deep end of
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Jim Martin Jul 13
From nowhere, it's become quite a good butterfly year in the garden. Here's a handsome GATEKEEPER that popped in for a drink.
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Gemmanixon Jul 14
Day 13 forgot to post my collage pics. Potted up plants I grew for my lovely friends garden & transplanted them for her. Enjoyed an evening potter in my fairy lit garden, with the company of my ginger Tom cat the moon and a few moths πŸŒ™ 🐈
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SEEDBALL 🐝 Jul 14
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Jo Knight Jul 11
Three little visitors helping themselves to a midnight feast
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Matt Walters Jul 18
Last Young Rangers session led by before the summer holidays. These 3 received certificates for their wild books. 🐍🦎🌲🌼
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Frogend_dweller Jul 20
update - Today I watched the simple bee hotel (a breeze block and hollow plant stems) made in June being systematically filled up by busy Leaf-cutter . Next generation, hurray!
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ALLHomeEd 6h
Hi we 😍 all things outdoors, thanks to definitely keeps our
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Mom Of Two Little Girls Jul 19
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Replying to @Hanne_o_Saurus
sunflower update. Surviving, but not exactly thriving. Maybe it doesn't like dog pee. πŸ€” 🌻🌻🌻🌻🌻🌻🌻🌻🌻🌻🌻🌻🌻
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Gemmanixon Jul 17
Day 18 Quietly watched a bee fall asleep beneath the sheltering petals of an oxeye daisy. placed my metal bee ornament amongst my red roses in the garden. Found an old photo from my first gardening experience, picking sugar snap peas at my grandads🐝 🌼
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Vix Wallis Jul 16
finally finished our wall chart...
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Emma McCarthy 2h
Whether it's going for a paddle in the sea, walking barefoot through the grass or bug hunting in the garden, there is so much outside to explore and help your children learn about nature and wildlife.
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CubKit 2h
Playing outside has been proven to improve a child's happiness and confidence, which is why I'm always keen to get outdoors every chance we have.
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anneontheshelf 11h
I think I've got Insect Obsessional Disorder. I blame Just put me in a field with a load of wild flowers (WFOD too) and collect me later.
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