Bees Alive! is a sited devoted to keeping bees alive through information, education, and action. Topics covered include bees and where they fit in the 6-kingdom structure, honeybees, bumblebees, beekeeping, honey, pollen, allergies, organic issues, non-hybrid seeds, photo galleries of insects and flowers. We also have a blog covering bee and honey issues, and where guests can submit photos.
Let’s celebrate. Bee season is off to a running start in central China, and I caught a few photos today. I’ve identified one of the flowering bushes so far (this is a Pittosporum), so I’ll start by posting two photos of the plant,
Thanks to a fellow blogger, I have some beautiful, new photos of carpenter bees from Montgomery, Alabama. Carpenter bees and bumbles are often mistaken for one another. The major difference between the two is that the former have a relatively hairles
[Also posted on The Good Villager.] It’s spring. Flowers are popping up everywhere. I just posted on the all-important Chinese plum blossom season with some lovely shots provided by one of my students. Now, the magnolia trees outside my housing