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BBCT Aug 5
This bumblebee-friendly crop circle is out of this world! 👽 If you want to leave some longer patches on your lawn, consider creating an artistic feature by mowing different shapes! It's beautiful to look at & offers plenty of space and wildflowers for to enjoy.
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Catherine Aug 6
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BBCT Aug 8
We are so inspired by your photos and stories! From wildflower meadows to window boxes, every act of wildness really helps to support in finding the food, shelter and wild spaces they need. What did you do to make your super bee-friendly?
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BBCT Aug 7
Check out these before and after photos by Duncan Cole of his ! 👨‍🌾 When he moved in 2 years ago, the garden offered very little for . Now, with large flowerbeds full of nectar-rich flowers, it can support and other too!
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Berenice Tregenna 10h
Is this a common carder bee on my sunflower? so pleased to see my newly blossomed sunflower with🐝
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M. Anastasia Scirocco 21h
Out in today. Took some pictures of hungry . Beautiful little guys.
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liz horton 10h
It's a corker and are buzzing around the ..🌿🐝💜 Stay 🆒️🍦☀️💙😎 everyone.
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Sheri Bettine 🐝 Aug 5
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Rachel Toll Aug 5
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Colliery Spoil Biodiversity Aug 2
One of the perks of living in the south Wales Valleys is being able to see what is arguably one of Britain's most beautiful - Bilberry Bumblebee (Bombus monticola). Every encounter is special but seeing a queen today at Darren Fawr Tip, Blaengarw, was extra special!
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IsabelleVerbist Aug 5
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shbumblebeeproject 6h
This is a large clump of ragwort in my . I've watched it attracting , , and . It is excellent forage for insect and a great asset to a garden.
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Sara Johnson Aug 6
A lot of people travel to see natural spectacles but I get to see one in my own backyard! This volunteer partridge pea patch (from just a couple of seeds) has exploded with blooms and the are coming quite literally out of the woodwork for it! SOUND UP!
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Newbridge Tidy Towns Association Aug 8
The Main St. flower bed adjacent to the Station was re-planted last year. The new planting scheme was designed to help our like & berries for our It's also attractive to us humans.
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in paradise found in the Cape 🐝🐝✨~💕 🌿 ✌️😎 (lotsa birds singing ♪♫♪♡)
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🌍🐞MyManySmallChanges.com 🌻💚 Aug 7
Echinops are a big hit with the bumblebees this week
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Dana L Church Aug 7
It's ! Besides their fuzzy yellow noses, another reason to love male bumble bees is that they don't sting.
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Susan Chennells Sturdy🏴󠁧󠁢󠁷󠁬󠁳󠁿🇦🇺 12h
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Jean Vernon Aug 6
Weed? Or Wildflower? Ask the bee! It's a great source of and for our pollinator friends. Isn't that what's really important? This little chap certainly thinks so.
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Cllr Ian Sherwood #StayAlertControlTheVirus Aug 8
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