Sighdell's Nature Posts

Also known as flower flies, these flies’ yellow abdomens resemble bees. However, they do not bite or sting. You can tell a flower fly from a bee or wasp because…

Even the Busiest of Bees Need to Sleep Wild bees of many types regularly sleep in flowers. Bumble bees, both male and female are common flower sleepers. Male…

"Rosa rugosa (alias rugosa rose, alias Japanese rose, alias saltspray rose) was first introduced here in the late 19th century to prevent dune erosion. Now it…
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