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Tag Archives: pollinators
Bee hotels help wild solitary bees & wasps. Also rotten tree trunks and open sandy patches are good for them. But pollinators also need food. So mowe less grass & leave wild areas for wild flowers in the garden, please!
A female Tree Bumblebee has a stinger in the tail.
Learn more about buzzing bumblebees & other pollinators
A Sting in the Tale – a book by Dave Goulson. This excellent book has been translated into many languages. Here’s a Finnish version: “Kimalaisen kyydissä“.
Dave Goulson’s Youtube Channel: