Why peacocks spread their feathers
The cassowary, the 3rd largest bird in the world
Meanwhile... Covid-19 poses a threat to great apes
Meet the Liger
Meet the bat-eared fox, a little canid that roams the plains of Africa
This is how snails reproduce
I think it would more likely be the massive spraying pesticides to kill soybean aphids.
Thank a beekeeper because without them 1/3 of the people in this world would starve to death
We need to fallow this type of proactive decision making process to improve and to protect our bees in the United States. If not, we will be on the outside looking in.
Try backyard bees. Loads of fun
Keep the bee's!! For our world.
It is the native bee populations that are declining. The honey bee is not native to many parts of the world and are kept for honey and pollination of human crops. We need to protect the earth for native bees and insects which pollinate trees, flowers etc. and insects which also feed birds and other wildlife. The honey bee is sometimes in competition with native species so I'm good about not having a hive near my yard.
The biggest problem l see that the bee keepers around here set the hives too close to the roads. Cars kill about 20 bees every pass times thousands of car that pass the hives!
Look, Korey Nuchia!
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gas leaf blowers destroy pollinator and bee habitats blowing hot air jets at over 200mph. This mindless, useless blowing needs to stop. Tell your landscaper not to use a gas leaf blower on your property.
More bee, the world needs more bees. As a bee farmer I am doing my part.
Super Bravo 👍
in Mongolia, we just starting bee breeding
in case you need another reason to visit Slovenia. Take cortisone cream - love bees but the buggers sting and they are everywhere!!!! They even have community hives in the city’s main Park - like a community garden.
told you the Worlds not gonna die 😘