As you probably know by now, I absolutely love bees and I am both trying to base my career on them and spend my free time studying them. 🐝🐝🐝🐝🐝🐝🐝🐝🐝🐝🐝 Since finishing university I have been spending my time researching both bees and how to create a good habitat for them in the form of wildlife […]

via Planting for pollinators 🐝🌿🍃🌻🌺🌷🌸🌹🌼🌱 — Chasing the green dream

Our garden (if we can call it that) was a barren old thing. Little more than a few square meters of concrete fenced off and overlooked on all sides by housing. Not exactly what you would call wildlife haven; though things did improve somewhat when we set about making a few small changes last year. […]

via Laying the Foundations of a Wildlife Garden — James Common

People for Bees The Irish wildlife trust are running a People for Bees project across the country once more in 2019. With People for Bees we deliver accessible talks on bees, their identification and how to create bee friendly habitats. This training includes practical outdoor sessions where participants practice field skills like bee identification, bumblebee […]

via Irish wildlife trust’s – People for Bees Project — Nigel Borrington

A report from Reuters. The quakes have shifted the position of many hives, confused returning bees and caused destruction inside the wooden boxes, one expert said. Puerto Rican bees are abandoning hives as weeks of earthquakes disrupt colonies, experts said, raising concerns that a subspecies seen as a possible solution to the global bee crisis could […]

via In quake-hit Puerto Rico even the bees are fleeing their homes — Repeating Islands

(CNN) — Je suis B. Instagram gained a new French influencer and her name is B. She does what all good influencers do — takes carefully posed selfies, posts enviable travel shots and answers cheeky Q&As. There’s just one thing that separates her from all the other influencers. She’s a bee. Just “check out that side bee…” That’s right. B. has two wings, six fuzzy legs, and a sweet little dusting of pollen all over her yellow and black thorax. […]

via This Bee ‘Influencer’ Is Using Instagram To Buzz About Bee Conservation — Fort Smith/Fayetteville News | 5newsonline KFSM 5NEWS