Blooms for Bees

Blooms for Bees

Tag: surveying

April flowers

The days are lengthening and queen bumblebees are stirring from hibernation. Here in Warwickshire, we have seen winter-active Buff-tailed Bumblebees for much of the winter, but the first emerging queen bumblebee we observed was a¬†Tree Bumblebee¬†about 4 weeks ago. This … Continue reading

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Winter-active bumblebees

Bumblebee on Mahonia

Most bumblebee activity has now ceased for the year, with just the new queens waiting in hibernation, ready to start colonies in spring. However, in milder regions and urban areas, you may notice bumblebees feeding on winter-flowering plants.   Over … Continue reading

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