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Anne Scottlin Jun 14
❦In sharing we receive. ~Anne Scottlin
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pamela keeton Jun 9
🐝πŸ₯° happy watching busy, buzzing
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Haven 4 Wildlife Jun 16
Wool carder bee (Anthidium manicatum) female drinking deeply from a purple toadflax spur
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BBKA Jun 12
Rotherham has this year sown 8 miles of wildflowers on its verges to help pollinators! They chose a mix of native and non-native plants to extend the flowering period & saved 25K in mowing costs!
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Trevor the botanist Jun 16
It's been a joy and a privilege to turn a rather dull, overgrazed field into a traditionally farmed hay meadow. After just four years it's now home to billions of wild flowers and buzzing with and .
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jayne minshull Jun 14
I've never seen this before. This poor bee is covered in mites.
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Sarah Marshall Jun 13
The garden Blue Mason Bee, sunbathing a few weeks back when the sun was still a thing 🀣
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Mandy Jun 13
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Vikki 🐜 Jun 11
We are getting hundreds of Honey Bees in the garden, which is a joy to see
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Beatrice Finch 18h
Solitary in my garden back in April πŸπŸπŸ’š
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Woodland Lake Honey Company 12h
Bees are jerks. Always crashing into each other and pulling each other's legs off.
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Sarah Jun 15
The bees enjoying the chives & dry morning in the garden 🐝 🌸
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Bee Vectoring Tech 9h
Over a five month period in the growth of strawberries, BVT uses 0.5 kg per acre per season versus 7.5 kg of chemicals in a traditional spraying program. That’s a 93% decrease in the amount of material used!
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Lasciate Ogne Speranza 1h
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DrApis 5h
How do cool their hive? They stand at the entrance and flap their wings to bring cooler air into the .
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Cllr Neil Gilbert Jun 15
Would you like to see more of this in East Lothian? It saves money cutting grass and reduces emissions.
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Pippa Loveridge 16h
I brought the bee to the office and have checked on him a couple of times. He was still there after a good few hours so I took some sugar water! Yeah, he needed that! 🐝
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😎 14h
Bees in the garden. Noisy bunch! Good!
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fiona yorgensen 11h
Bumble bees on the borage, that I grow on the boat roof. Not great phone pic, in the rain
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Sue Bowers 19h
The happy sound of a bee going about its business
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