The Summer's Gold Honey Company's Workforce Summer’s Gold Honey Company has a workforce made up of some of the smallest all female workers in the world. All of the worker bees in a bee hive are female, right up to the top bee herself, the Queen Bee. The Queen Bee normally only mates once in her life and then lays millions of eggs.
Not Just the Birds and the Bees Pollinators include bees, butterflies, moths, flies, beetles, birds, bats, wasps, and small mammals. Roughly 80% of all flowering plants need to be pollinated. Over 180,000 different plant species and more than 1200 crops require pollination to reproduce.
What is monofloral honey Explanation of monofloral honey, with examples of different types of monofloral honey.
Winter Bee Yards and Cleansing Flights If you ever wondered how bees stay warm in the winter? or What do bees do in the winter? This article answers those and other interesting questions about winter honeybees.
Where are the Monarch Butterflies? The population of monarch butterflies are at an all time low. During the butterfly count of fall 2020 there was under 2000 monarch butterflies on the west coast of California and two individual monarchs in Washington State. The monarch butterfly population is below the quasi-extinction level.
Rusty-patched Bumble Bee North American native bees are disappearing. The Rusty Patch Bumble Bee is no longer found in Canada and only in a few places in the United States. Why?