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Mary Jane Frogge Aug 21
Great solitary bee house 4-H exhibits at the Nebraska State Fair today. Youth helping
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ZooLibrariAnn 2h
in 1805 an interesting dinner party according to Eliza Soane's diary entry, with architect Sir John Soane & artist J.W.M. Turner @Pitzhangar Manor, Soane's country home in Ealing. Gardeners have been busy as the gardens are so colourful with lots of flowers for .
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Amy Miller Brewer 11h
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Tam Brewer Aug 21
🐝 Without #🐝 We All die, within 4 years!
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Sue 41m
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teleSUR English Aug 22
Half a billion bees have died in in just 3 months.
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Sampo Tukiainen Aug 24
It’s easy to see, just love mint
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DarrenMartin01 Aug 23
Hundreds of reasons to plant in the garden. The sweet scent filling the air and and buzzing around everywhere. 🐝🐞🦋
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Alexandra Lyon Aug 23
Watching landscaping crew pulling up masses of blooming fireweed, a native flower important for , right next to and . Reason was “the students are coming back and it needs to look respectable.” 🤔
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Countess Grey In The Garden Aug 23
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Bee City USA Aug 21
Congratulations to our newest Bee City USA affiliate, Twin Falls, Idaho! Is your community ready to make the commitment to protect ? Learn more at ! (📸: Xerces Society / Eric Lee Mäder)
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Fertilgold® Organics 19h
Bats feed on the insects within flowers as well as the nectar of large, pale, fragrant flowers that open at night. Over 300 species of plants are dependent on bats for pollination, including mango, banana, guava, agave, and saguaro.
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Groe Dert 5h
Bee about the basil life with flavor
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FAO Aug 17
Ever wondered what it would be like without ? It wouldn't be pretty. Here are some tips on how we can protect them 👇 🐝🦋🐦
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Teeter Tinker Lab Aug 23
Doing my part for the monarch caterpillars!
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Anita Evans Aug 23
bumblebee and hoverfly
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David B Burbridge 22h
Shrill Carder bee at several locations around perimeter of Conyer Creek LNR yesterday (also Brown-banded) - wonder if this is a known site? Thought it might be a good place for a quick look. 20+ Little egret on Fowley Island too.
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Art For Our Planet Aug 19
🐝 I love art that connects us to nature. This hive is a loudspeaker for the life of bees and their role in feeding the planet. It was created by the artist and is currently at Kew Gardens, London.
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WildExmouth Aug 21
Keep ivy in your garden for late season sustenance for our
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Mademoiselle Bee Aug 23
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