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Maryanne Pope 3h
🐝🐝The decline of the bumble bees is very concerning:
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defero 4h
Please don’t blame climate change this time! If it were climate change then why aren’t we seeing same declining results with other insects! I blame the aerial spraying of insecticide in one example used to kill the emerald bore insect that is killing the ash trees!
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Seppo 18h
Replying to @acwevans @TracevaToons
. We've used a lawn mover with a grass catcher. The grass is used to fertilize the garden, not the lawn. Poor soil better for flowers. I've also saved every year areas with flowers uncut untill they've done.
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Beckarella 13h
I wish this were me. in love. 🖤💔
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Little Green Space 🐝 5h
Please help hard-pressed pollinators by leaving a patch of grass in your garden to flower! It can also look beautiful... and think of all the mowing hours you can spend on relaxing instead! 🐝 Pic via
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Pee-Wee's Investing Wheelhouse & Science Emporium 1h
"Professor says quite a few of the 42 of found in are exhibiting substantial in and also in their range." via
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Toby, Henry, Alfie & Me 👩🏻‍🌾🌻 Apr 20
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Guido Bonello, PhD 6h
Office work...we’re planting stuff and also letting local plants grow, in order to satisfy , and taste. A happy pollinator makes a happy farmer.
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Flower Power Lymo Apr 21
We haven’t needed to pinch out the tips of these Autumn sown broad beans because they’re too early for blackfly. Result - they’re a metre high with strings of flowers & buzzing w . More bees than on all wildflowers together
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BBCT Apr 14
Allotments and vegetable patches provide a huge variety of forage for in summer. Beans, peas, courgettes, cucumbers, tomatoes & strawberries are all pollinated by bumblebees. plants like sunflowers, lavender & other herbs can brighten up the borders!
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Tessa Delves Apr 21
Today we have been mostly taking pictures of 'pollen drunk' bumble bees - mostly tree bumble bees and early bumble bees 😊🐝🌻
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Bruce Hunter 23h
It's very sad. Humans are poisoning everything. Ourselves, water, soil, animals, bee's, air.. everything. We are really not wise. Did you know that are under and along with other . Eventually we will be forced to decline.
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HeBees Apr 21
Happy B’day JM, “Handle a book as a bee does a flower, extract its sweetness but do not damage it” John Muir
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Allthecdnpoli 8h
Canadian researchers warn of 'cascading impacts' as bumblebee species decline: "The species [American Bumblebee] is at special concern for extinction, rather than imminent risk."
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David B Burbridge 7h
Gypsy cuckoo, Bombus bohemicus perhaps? But could be sylvestris - Mereworth Woods
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BBCT Apr 19
To celebrate on 22 April are giving away 100 packets of wildflower seed to help attract into your garden. Enter before 1 May:
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Bumblebee Blooms Apr 14
Missing my , after a promising start it’s all gone quiet in the gardens.. pulmonaria, dicentra, native bluebells all waiting patiently.
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Lopez-Uribe Lab 11h
About 42 of 850+ species in Canada are , an important of crops like apples, tomatoes, blueberries & legumes. The American is facing imminent from
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Newbridge Tidy Towns 12h
Bumblebee Monitoring & Identification Workshop 27 April 11am in & then in 4 practical demo. Organised by Kildare, with speaker from Learn to monitor/identify Ireland's
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Nik Silvester Apr 20
I *might* have overdone the gold ink a little. 😁
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Barbie Bióloga 🐾 Apr 21
The lilacs🌸attract🐝and .The are essential4Life.We need to look after them. How? 1. Growing flowers, better if native 2. Respecting the wild&native plants (they aren't ) 3. Don't use pesticides. 4. Be more in your life
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