I repeat, the bees are fine. Of course, before I get too much further, let me define bee in this context. So, these are a few of the bees I’ve photographed over the years. As you may be able to tell, I’m rather fond of the genus order Hymenoptera overall (see my Wasp Apologia for the… Read More Bees are not in Danger
Honeybees, the most-loved insect, and a vital part of the pollination system that ensures we have fruit, nuts, and veggies in the stores to buy and eat, have a nemesis. In recent years you’ve likely seen concerns over Colony Collapse Disorder (also known as CCD) but what you probably haven’t heard about are the Destructors.… Read More Mitey Bees
This year’s Nobel prize for Medicine was awarded to a three-man team who made the interesting discovery that rats have what they call a built-in GPS. It seems that it’s been known for a long time that rats have built-in maps in their brain, cells in the hippocampus which activate as the creature navigates through a… Read More A Bump of Direction
When I take a walk, with camera in hand, I am usually looking for the little things. Bugs, bees, flowers… the tiny jewels, set into every landscape, no matter how urban.