I am happy and relieved when I see honeybees. Honeybees not only make honey, they pollinate crops. Pollination is the transfer of pollen from the male to female part of the plant, enabling fertilization so plants can grow and produce food. Cross pollination of honeybees around the world helps 30% of food crops and 90%… Read More HONEYBEE
Here are some wild sunflowers in northern Arizona. I find honeybees on them often.
This bush is a Bluebeard Longwood Blue, there are at least five of these in my neighborhood. On sunny days this summer, I have seen numerous Painted Lady Butterflies and Honeybees on them. Here are a few photos from one morning.
August 22nd is National Honeybee Day. They are found everywhere in the world. In North America honeybees are found everywhere in the U.S. and southern Canada that has flowers in a habitat, such as meadows, gardens, or open woodlands. They are pollinators. These bees are very social and the drones work together to create hives… Read More NATIONAL HONEYBEE DAY