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The World Bee Project CIC Jul 13
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Lynn Dicks Jul 20
One overall impression from is that fungicides are creating a serious problem for honey and wild bees. Lots of exposure demonstrated; lots of evidence of adverse impacts on bee health and nutrition. - fewer and less fungicides in the environment.
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Hanwell Nature Jul 20
Two pollinators seen here on We love how the hoverfly looks like he’s waiting for the table to become free! to protect our during a 61 acres brimming with biodiversity saved for future generations, open to all.
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Debi Holland Jul 8
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Rhiannon Dowling Jul 13
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Lindy loo Jul 27
Flowers are for sharing . Bee's in lavender in the garden
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Jennifer Oppermann Aug 1
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UoE Sustainability Jul 8
Today marks the start of week! 🐝 How you can help our struggling bee population: 🌻Have as many bee-friendly flowering plants as you can (even if it's on a windowsill) 🌱Mow your grass less often 🚫Don't use pesticides Find out more:
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The World Bee Project CIC Jul 14
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the bath gardener Jul 8
Joined for lunch by this fella who also needed a pickup 😀
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Gogglebox Malones Jul 30
Felt so bad ,playing with the dogs with the hosepipe and bee got in the way .I felt so bad ,in tears, thought it was dead so put some sugar and water down it drank some and after about an hour flew off.
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StaffsWildlife 🦔🍄🦇 Jul 8
🐝 It's week this week! Bees’ Needs Week is a week long campaign from 8-14 July to help raise awareness of bees and other pollinators. Big up to the bees! We need you guys! 🐝
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Kew Gardens Jul 14
Did you know..? It's Week 🐝 This beautiful lilac flower is Scabiosa caucasica and it's highly attractive to bees and other pollinators. Lavender, crocuses and ox-eye daisies are just a handful the other plants you can grow to make your own garden a bee-friendly space.
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emily amber Jul 12
So lovely to hear bees buzzing and birds singing in the countryside. ⁩ 🥰🐝
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Api:Cultural Jul 11
Plonking hives of honeybees on central London roof tops doesn’t help bees & other pollinators but planting for them will. We need more corporates to invest in natural capital to fulfill the . Talk to us about making your companies premises provide food & a home for bees
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Jonathan Grey Jul 14
Four years of wild seed harvesting and careful soil management, the banks are heaving. Finally.... some 🐛 on my nettles!
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SEEDBALL 🐝 Aug 6
The bumblebees are loving the Rose Mallow so much they are dusty with pollen. We ❤️ happy bees!
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Laura Fearnley Aug 5
Kudos for rewilding some areas. Good for the bees and insects, plus it looks super pretty
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rosybee plants Jul 10
Top bee-plant at rosybee today was the chicory. I counted 7 different genus of bees.
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🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿Minister4BanditsWhims🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿 Aug 7
Saving a life in as little as three minutes, a quick drink (honey) a quick wash, a wee shake and we're good to go.
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