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Pete Jackson 14m
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Susan Bailey 1m
Scabious really are like drugs to the bees in my garden. Spotted this little guy today beavering away. He had distinctive shiny bronze markings - what is he?
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Cottage Gardener Jun 21
After months of activity, the hotel is now fully booked. 😊 A small bee hotel is inexpensive, will go in the smallest garden and helps solitary bees such as leafcutters and yellow-faced bees. They help pollinate flowers, fruit and vegetables so are great for your garden. 🐝
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MΓͺl Gwenyn Gruffydd Honey 11h
In this video I share my secret technique on how to stop bees attacking you! . If you like this video....then please share it!! .
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Rove Pest Control 18s
A few bee facts you might not know and the hidden benefits of bees
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Emeka Chuks 8h
: RT : Demand creates Supply. If you eat beef, they will bring you beef; plus an adhesive demand for grazing rights/cattle colonies in your land. Worse, they sometimes bring terrorism. Smart people should reject any beef that comes with terror. …
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YogaWares 6h
My favorite photo of the day
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Maygon 24h
an evil elf for Halloween
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Elizabeth 5h
heaven (turn up the volume)
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philomena plunkett 5h
A in the car park.
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Paul Foreman 1h
Quite like this photo of a bumblebee and the definition on it’s wing.
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Louise Lewis-Price 3h
The bumble bee nest in my garden now has a thick moss roof.
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itsgottobeglutenfree 2h
Anyone know what these are up to?
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G. Pedliham 2 Jun 23
Bee on lavender outside work.
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FLOWer Lab πŸ‡΅πŸ‡Ή 🌻 🐝 🧬 4h
Communities across Gap, Edge, and Closed-Canopy Microsites in Forest Stands with Group Selection Openings by Mullally and co-authors in Forest Science showing
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zenabob Jun 23
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Steve, Plot 301, 2nd ride Jun 23
Just captured this pollinating the in the garden
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littlesilverhedgehog 4h
My bee hive composter. People often think it is a real hive. I would love one but, for now, this makes wonderful compost for the garden
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BBCT 7h
A rare Brown-banded carder was discovered on a training day at a property - the first official sighting in since 2010! 'Holistic grazing' of the meadows has improved the local , creating a perfect for this bee.
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Victorthevole 12h
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