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Elaine Hendrix Jun 10
You are loved. ❤️🧡💛💚💙💜
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Mido🐥 Jun 17
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Jennifer Possley Jun 17
bonanza in my yard today, with Spanish stopper (Eugenia foetida). Pollen baskets at maximum capacity!
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The Beekeeper 28m
I wish everyone would begin raising honey bees because it has a number of advantages for our environment... ...
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Jimmy Turner Jun 13
Orange Milkweed Asclepias tuberosa a native of Eastern US and common around my home in Texas. Love the and favored by Monarch butterflies as a larval food plant. friendly too. for full sun.
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Apiaries8 Jun 16
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Apiaries8 Jun 16
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Ron Jun 15
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Tina TR Jun 16
Melted sugar on a spoon really does work to revitalise a poorly knackered 🐝 it was such a wonder to see him fly off after a sippy 💛
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Rianne2k8 Jun 17
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Sheila Colla Jun 9
The summer is just beginning but I've already spoken to approx. 1200 adults & 500 children about native conservation & at outreach events in 2018. Will probably double that by October!
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Annabelle Troy Jun 17
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Heather Bursey Jun 14
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Ben Porter Jun 16
By far my favourite species during our time in Portugal: the immense Xylocopa carpenter Bees which aren't far off Hawkmoths in size! The females bore holes in wood to create their nests, leaving a pollen ball to provision young overwinter.
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Tankbuster Games Jun 17
I started learning to draw yesterday and I think I've found a new talent of mine + It's super fun ^_^.
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Victorthevole Jun 16
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Christine Mitchell Jun 13
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beeshack Jun 15
Van loaded this morning re stocking 6 replenishing our winter losses, This years Queen running along the top of the frames
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True Highlands Jun 17
It’s easy to save a bee as we did this morning. If you see one looking almost dead, mix sugar and water and let it feed. It’s amazing how quickly they recover! quick clean up and he was off!
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Carol Jun 17
Lots of seen today. There's also a in there somewhere. 🐝🌼
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