Showing posts tagged bees

Bats on the Run
The Chase: Driving from the Ghaghra River toward Lakhimpur Kheri in Uttar Pradesh, India, I noticed a huge cloud of around 300 or 400 bats that began to scatter in all directions. It was only when I zoomed in that I realized that the flying mammals were being chased by honey bees. Eventually some of the bats settled on nearby trees with the bees hovering around.(© Satpal Singh/National Geographic Photo Contest)

Bats on the Run

The Chase: Driving from the Ghaghra River toward Lakhimpur Kheri in Uttar Pradesh, India, I noticed a huge cloud of around 300 or 400 bats that began to scatter in all directions. It was only when I zoomed in that I realized that the flying mammals were being chased by honey bees. Eventually some of the bats settled on nearby trees with the bees hovering around.(© Satpal Singh/National Geographic Photo Contest)

globalvcitizen:

charlosaurus:

bebelestrange:

Scientists have recently discovered a rare, solitary type of bee that makes tiny little nests by plastering together flower petals. Each nest is a multicolored, textured little cocoon - a papier-mache husk surrounding a single egg, and protecting it while it metamorphoses into an adult.
via www.npr.org



 HH:  Nature is so boundlessly beautiful and amazing.  Everything dove-tails.

globalvcitizen:

charlosaurus:

bebelestrange:

Scientists have recently discovered a rare, solitary type of bee that makes tiny little nests by plastering together flower petals. Each nest is a multicolored, textured little cocoon - a papier-mache husk surrounding a single egg, and protecting it while it metamorphoses into an adult.

via www.npr.org

 HH:  Nature is so boundlessly beautiful and amazing.  Everything dove-tails.