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Friends of the Earth Jun 21
NEW SURVEY: US beekeepers lost 40% of their honeybee colonies last winter. Pollinators are responsible for 1 of every 3 bites of food we eat. For the sake of our environment and food system, we must .
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NRDC 🌎 Jun 17
Did you know that 40% of honeybee colonies collapsed in 2017? Without bees, our food supply will be lost. Join the fight to protect bees today 🐝:
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NRDC 🌎 Jun 20
1 in every 3 bites of food we eat depends on pollinators. 🐝 Text BUZZ to 21333 to help us !
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Regina Kunkle Jun 17
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Zoe Little Jun 16
Today I saw a bee in the garden, and it made me very, very happy 🐝🌸
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Greenie Jun 23
Awesome idea!!!! More communities should do this. 🐝🐝🐝
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Hannah Sullivan Jun 17
Helped a bee today. Gave him a bath to hydrate him again from the heat / too much pollen ingested, and then helped move him from harms way as he was laying in the middle of a pathway. We are called to love all of God’s creatures big and small!
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Friends of the Earth Jun 17
BREAKING: EPA just okayed "emergency" use of bee-killing pesticides on nearly 14 million acres of land known to attract bees. 40% of insect species are on the brink of extinction. This is inexcusable.
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So nice to see these poppies had come out this morning then we had a visit from this wonderful, massive bumble bee! It was so huge it looked like a cartoon bee.🐝 @ Cheltenham, Gloucestershire
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Bee Saviour Behaviour 27m
Once again a little lunchtime bee spotting washes away the stress of a busy morning πŸπŸ’šπŸŒ There are so many reasons we need our urban wildlife to thrive!
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Lily May Sherratt Jun 24
Seen all these dead bees lately so I think someone has been spraying something rather nasty about! SAVE THE BEES! Plus they're so cute and fluffy! X
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Helen Bouchami 3m
What a great, inexpensive way to brighten our world and help the bees
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Elizabeth Dunn 12h
Our pollinator garden is blooming!
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Lisa Andrews Jun 24
Even in the tiniest urban garden you can support . Am ridiculously excited that within 48 hours of our bee hotel going up we have our first resident - a leafy cutter bee. 🐝
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Ryan 29m
When a bee flies near me, I do not get scared, I do not swat nor run away. I simply lean in close and whisper into their little bee ear holes, β€œThank you”
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jon adams 25m
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Friends of the Earth Jun 22
Thanks to toxic pesticides, 40% of insects are barreling towards extinction β€” and may vanish within the century. Tell to stop selling food grown with bee-killing pesticides! 

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Eligh 20h
These little guys really holding us together you know
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Anna Grace Campbell 19h
protect bees in the rain because they might get hit by a raindrop, fly though an open window and fall in love with an adult woman
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Kool Baby K 11h
Saw a bee yesterday but it was just one sad life. We need these bees to thrive.
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