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Daniel Schneider 2h
More research confirms that Monsanto weed killer kills . This study shows the poison kills gut bacteria. Without bacteria bees die more often from infection. RT to urge FDA to ban glysophate. We need our bees.
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ideacity 4h
Why do we hate wasps and love bees? Researchers say that this is unfair because wasps are just as ecologically useful as . Is it time to change your view on ?
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Rhys Tresi Myrrh 6h
Take every bit of this dialogue all of it is true: "Positive make chit chat". I heard it was OK to say. "Probiotics work in this way too". Question: which branch of the military calls it's entry level operatives " probies "? ??
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AnthropoScenes Sep 22
Franklin's Bumblebee - the last sighting of this species was in Oregon in 2006
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Royal Nerd Artist Sep 24
May god have mercy on the children of the future.
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Matt Kelly Sep 24
There is a flurry of legal and policy changes coming out of Washington D.C. that will affect the health and well-being of . I created this map to make it a little bit easier to understand where the changes are coming from and where they'll land.
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Three Hares Honey Sep 22
Excited to be labelling our first jars of the 2018 harvest! Label design by the super talented
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BBCT Sep 16
Bumblebee season may be drawing to a close, but it’s not too late to start thinking about next year’s ! How about scattering some favourites in the garden this Autumn, like wild red clover, Marjoram, Field poppies, Foxgloves or Viper’s bugloss?
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Just Bee Friendly Sep 17
The blue carpenter bee is found throughout Southeast Asia, India, and Southern China, and they're known for being large and heavy bees that live solitary lives. Isn't she a beauty?
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GMWatch 4h
And if anyone tries to claim aren’t exposed to , remember the FDA found Monsanto's weedkiller was pervasive In U.S. honey
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Natural England Field Unit 8h
Seen ivy abuzz with bees? Look out for Ivy bees- approx same size as honey bees, with stripy (bee)hind & fluffy orange head. These late season solitary are recent colonists to Britain & are spreading. They feed on & nest in the ground
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Concept Kits 4h
Brentford Football Club home, away and third kit concepts 2019/20.
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Three Hares Honey 13h
Lots of enjoying the ivy this morning, as well as the . A valuable late source of and .
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Organic Consumers 46m
Bees aren't the only insects that pollinate flowers and food crops. Wasps too are an important part of our ecosystem, as they pollinate crops and ward off human diseases spread by other insects.
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UN Biodiversity Sep 23
Are you taking action to ? Send your video to by 30 September for a chance to win! More info:
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Nadine Mitschunas 8h
Wonder if this female is just a very yellow Bombus pascuorum or something different? Found in a pan trap in the North-East of Scotland, above Aberdeen, in August this year.
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Rachel Toll Sep 21
"I eat my peas with honey I've done it all my life It makes the peas taste funny But it keeps them on the knife" 🐝
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Sarah Myers 6h
Today marks the last tour at the Bee Care Center in NC. Since 2014 we have interacted with 14,740 visitors answering questions regarding . Looking forward to the next chapter of
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ApisProtect 12h
This time last year we won the Business of the Year award, this week we have installed ApisMonitor 0001 in Cork. It is great to see our year of hard work paying off.
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BBKA 6h
This has not been confirmed yet..........this is near Winchester in Hampshire so it would be a new area for Asian Hornets
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