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Buxton Civic Assoc 16m
Well done to Izzy and Liz raising £50 from the sale of cup cakes ⁦⁩ to , The money is going to ⁦
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Dustin  Zdan 18h
Great day of viewing for ##5 coulee was full!
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MaisyPlum Fused Glass May 26
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Jannicke Leknes Jun 5
Vibrant . A magnet for the as well.
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Brigit Strawbridge Howard Jun 6
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Marco 20h
The flowers of Campanula trachelium are popular with solitary bees and this year also with . I like the violet colour of the flowers in combination with the pink flowers of Malva alcea, which is popular with buff-tailed bumblebees.
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Donna Rainey Jun 5
The rain has stopped at last! The poor male are soaked through!
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Alison Chalmers Jun 17
The bum of a bumblebee. A tiny pastel of an amazing little creature
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Pauline Jun 18
Love watching the bumblebees.!! #🐝
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Jannicke Leknes Jun 19
The are buzzing around my caeruleum. White starball . Lovely!
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Helen Brown Jun 14
Geranium magnificum with visiting
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Orla ní Dhúill Jun 6
Today in we have Terrible Places to Have Sex Luckily we weren't far from mine so I got them some privacy where they wouldn't get squished.
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Rachel Toll Jun 19
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Carol Barrowclough Jun 18
Maybe I am photographing too many now, but I seriously think they are fascinating to watch especially when they perform intricate little manoeuvres to let me see just how lovely they are 🐝
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Notes From the Allotment May 30
One thing I never tire of at this time of year is watching the bumble bees busily bumbling around on the chive patch.
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Lucy Jun 3
Watching the bumblebees enjoy the honeysuckle whilst I have my morning cuppa
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Helen Jun 18
Even in the rain our beautiful are working, although this one needed a little TLC & a warm up 🐝🐝
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Making a Buzz for the Coast 3h
It's and we couldn't resist getting involved! 🌾🌻🌸🌷☀️🐝 Why not explore your garden or local green space and see how many bumblebees you can find today!!!!
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Rory_Dimond Jun 27
Insect studies by none other than at the V&A Museum, including a nice selection of and . Many people don't know she was a respected and observant naturalist, which helped with her iconic book illustrations.
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Räsänen Katja Jul 13
The feeling when your 5 yr old nephew asks whether he could start training to become a researcher...“I want to be like those that study the learning ability of “...or exlaims his joy (!) when he finds a on his hand...
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