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The sack you see is for pollen and folds out of the modified hind legs of the bee is used for pollen storage and transport then returns back into the leg again…

Bees are among many insects on the decline. In fact 40% of the world's insect species have declining numbers. This was according to a February 2019 study.…

I sat and watched this little bee for 30 minutes at least. Going from flower to flower. He would crawl around collecting pollen then tuck it under his wings and…

[43-365] 17th September 2020- You just have to bee there at the right time, even when you don't realise it. I never saw the bee and was photographing the…

It’s been a while since I spent any time photographing insects, so I made them the focus of my attentions during a stroll through the gardens at Audley End.…

[096/365] Day 96 of my 365 Photo Challenge. After 4 days in the state capital Berlin, I had to go back to nature and take some colourful pictures. It was good…

As I rescued the trail camera from our garden this morning, I noticed a sleepy bumblebee on our buddleia bush. It was just beginning to wake up, moving slowly…

I couldn’t get motivated to go out for a walk this afternoon. Instead I spent some more time sitting at the bottom of our garden, with my feet in the flowerbed,…
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