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Wilma Markillie 3m
For the past couple of days, this Queen bumblebee has been buzzing loudly and flying around. Just can’t get over the size of this one. So lovely to see - she must be starting a nest somewhere nearby.
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Lucy Jan 31
I've done it! I've finally made a bumble bee I'm proud of. I wanted to get all those tiny details in, not just a ball of fluff! 😊 what do you think?
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Cassandra B. Cassidy 9h
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Emma Seward Jan 27
Little bit in love with the art that I've bought for our bedroom - I like to think that the in the paintings are me and 😂🐝 🎨 Paintings are by Neil Thompson - you can see more of his amazing work here:
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Rachel Toll Jan 13
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Kaara Kallen 59m
Next session: native . I've heard Alan Molumby speak before and learned a ton and enjoyed it. Four other knowledgeable speakers as well.
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Beth 3h
Bumblebees, brimstone butterflies, and primroses spotted today in ☀️Spring are you here? 🤞
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Lucy Feb 6
I had trouble finding the perfect yellow for this bee until I dyed some wool with beetroot and unexpectedly it was the perfect bumble hue 😁
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Beans for Bees Feb 15
eviejmorris ecokate92 That's wonderful! Thank you for supporting our :)
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C6 Feb 22
I've never really thought about sleeping.
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WPC Feb 7
If you saw our "ba-BEE” shower post and guessed male for A and female for B, then you’d be right! ✔️ Female have specialized pollen baskets on their hind legs & have 6 abdominal segments. Males lack a pollen basket and have an extra abdominal segment
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Auli Kilpeläinen Feb 8
A Sting in the Tale, ´s wonderful book is now coming out in Finnish with my translation. Enchanting stories of , their research and conservation. Published by
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Paul Hoskisson  🔬🧫🧬🐸🐍🦎🐢 2h
and crocus.... @ Bishopton, Renfrewshire, United Kingdom
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Pollinator Perfect Jan 22
Want to help bumblebees by planting flowers in your garden but unsure what to plant? Visit this inactive page at Bee Watch, choose one of the species of bumbles on the left and recommended plants appear on the right - Brilliant!
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Save the Bumblebee Dec 23
Due to the increasing warmth, especially in urban areas, it seems that wake up earlier + often donot find any food. Here is the list of the first sighted bumblebee queens in 2018. Please send me your first 2019 contacts again..
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Nopparada Mingchinda Feb 20
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Thames and Chilterns in Bloom Feb 22
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biophilliabotany Feb 10
Drawn into the South facing walled garden by the waft of winter’s blossom perfume -there they were A real pleasant change from the usual Mahonia sightings, and the only time you’ll see the ‘B’ word on my timeline 🐝
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Nigel Raine Feb 22
Replying to @NigelERaine
were allowed to forage freely from our array of continuously refilling artificial flowers in a flight cage. We automatically monitored all visits using motion sensitive video cameras mounted above each flower, and nest entrance traffic
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Mrs. Gulf Coast Creations Feb 17
Getting ready for my next watercolor class. 🐝 ❤️🍉
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