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FAO Mar 14
Bees and other are threatened with extinction. Yet they are vital to life on our planet. Here are just 5 reasons why we need to protect our pollinators 👇
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Angela Smith 18s
This week I have been working on my range of beadie bug earrings and necklaces and have introduced butterflies now
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Apimondia Mar 18
Our and other pollinators are dying. Without them, we wouldn't have 75% of the world's food! We need to protect our pollinators to preserve our biodiversity and secure our future of food.
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The Gardener Mar 18
Caught this bee on this bloom
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Sunnyfields Honey & Home Mar 22
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Heather Holm Mar 19
Colletes inaequalis, an early spring, ground-nesting native bee is common in sandy sites where many females excavate nests in close proximity (aggregations). The nesting aggregations may occur on bare embankments or sparsely-vegetated flat ground.
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Allotment Apiarist 2h
Bees are busy today. Loads of activity with full crops of pollen.
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Jim Kavanagh 20m
Has Wes started? I thought he was on the bench? 🐝⚽️
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Amalen Sathananthar 8h
Replying to @amalen_fs
So my tiny little backyard space is quite 'jungly'? Now theres a comb of honey up there & harmless bees Never once seen em around though. We cool i guess. No wonder everything that grows around here flourishes. Should i do anything?
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Sweet Meadow Hives 13h
Let the beekeeping season begin!! The weather is starting to warm and pollen patties are in place. The only thing left to do is put together some new wooden ware.
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Caro T 5h
While the rest of the world marches we are on a beekeeping course #beekeeping#lowerrudloefarm @ Exeter, Devon
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Eve✨#FreeRealityWinner✨Littlepage 7m
🌄 Sipping my coffee on the rooftop terrace, a Bat circled around me several times, a Bee flew into my face, and a pair of Swifts nearly took my hat off as they chased each other. ✨✨ by 🦇 🐝& 🐦 🥰
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Simon Godfrey ⚒ 55m
Game 59 of the 18/19 Season - Beautiful day for it! Up North at the Peninsula Stadium! Salford City v Barnet!
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Gary Twells 22m
My beautiful Magnolia is in full bloom. I've got bees baby!
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Phillip Cairns 2h
I shot this on my Samsung Galaxy s7 smartphone. I'm impressed.
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Amina Motala💫 18h
Replying to @CryptoNana4MAGA
Painted by highschool students
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The Butterfly Brothers Mar 19
I don’t think we will ever tire of watching in slo-mo! This one decided to clean itself on camera! Winter flowering heather is a great source of nectar for early pollinators.
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City Grange Mar 21
Honey as a pollution detector? It's a sweet idea. 🍯🐝
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funnyseriouspolls 18h
Does the dying out concern you?.
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southerngardenculture 17h
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