Category: Bees

I’ve moved! This is an Archive

This website remains as an archive of my early work.

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Pollinator Week: Free books!

The only thing better than books is FREE books.

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Will we have fruit in a future without bees?

Do people really still hand pollinate orchards in China? And why don’t they just get more bees?

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Guest Post: Honey bees, CCD, and the Elephant in the Room

Dr. Doug Yanega stops by to tell us why he thinks Colony Collapse Disorder is nothing new.

Bumble bees of Spring!

Bumbles are one of the first pollinators out in the spring, and the fuzzy adorableness of their bodies helps retain heat.

Planet of the Arthropods

The IUCN has a report out that suggests over 20% of invertebrate species are at risk of extinction. That is a big deal, and we should be worried.

Spineless: Threats to the world’s invertebrates

Hot off the press, a new report published by the Zoological Society of London, in cooperation with IUCN (International Union for Conservation of Nature) and Wildscreen.  You might recognize IUCN as the authors of the […]

Solitary bees

I really love this video about digger bees, or a solitary group of bees common in North America.  Sadly, when you look for information about this group, most of what you get is information on […]