some little crum creek
A metallic green sweat bee (family Halictidae),
busy in the pollen of a purple coneflower,
appears to be an Agapostemon species.
But which one?
1 week, 3 days
follow that monkey
Hello everyone! The Drongos have had their first guiding for our expanding flock! Due to stormy weather, our guiding session was pushed back for half an hour. 552 more words
2 weeks, 1 day
It’s not always about aggression.
Moth, Sweat Bee and Scotch Thistle
Priya Ghose Photography
A tiny sweat bee diligently gathers brilliant yellow pollen from the inside of a vibrant red dahlia.
Yes, here we go again…back to my bee photography obsession. 185 more words
3 weeks, 1 day
First the workplace, nothing but the best …
… and then the worker.
Just because a flower is a worksite, doesn’t mean you have to dress down. 39 more words
The (Urban-Wildlife) Interface
Many of the photos in this blog are taken along paths trod time and time again on weekend “photo safaris,” which usually consist of an hour walking an area less than a half-mile radius from the house. 60 more words
1 month, 4 weeks