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Haze1952

V. pretty. The only time we see poppies in this part of the world is around November and they are the synthetic red ones used for Remembrance Day. Thanks, my friend.

CJ45

Agreed.

WhiskersNFeathers

It is an interesting world!

CJ45

Ha,Ha, Bird welcome to my Bees.

WhiskersNFeathers

The Bumblebee is not solitary but quite few others are. I have quite a few different ones but only recognize the BB and the wasps, always building flats without construction permit! LOL

CJ45

Hi Bird her is a link to the Bumble Bees even I am learning as my hobby is Mason bees but do enjoy as I did reading about them.
https://www.bumblebeeconservation.org/bumblebee-nests/

CJ45

Well now you have me intrigued as well Bird. I will now look up the Bumble's.
Give me a few minutes.

WhiskersNFeathers

I am intrigued now Clive because I have lots of Bumble Bees in the mint flowers and you are saying they are "solitary"? Yes they are first to show up and are still here.

CJ45

Here is a link Bird do enjoy.
https://www.google.com/search?client=firefox-b-d&q=Mason+bees

CJ45

Hi Bird no Bubble bees are quite big they are solitary and are first to come out in early spring when the daffodils are in bloom. Honey bees are smaller and live together most bee keepers have hives to house honey bees and collect their honey. They are also found in the wild.
I look after Mason bees which are solitary and are much smaller bees, I have bee boxes so that they can lay their young in the boxes tunnels which hatch in the next spring.

WhiskersNFeathers

Are honey bees the same as bumble bee, they look alike.

WhiskersNFeathers

Wow, beautiful combination! Never seen it before. Looking forward to see the yellow one. Thank you Clive for sharing! Mila aka BirdNana aka Bird

Jbprols2

I didn't see your yellow poppies. @CJ45

CJ45

The yellow poppies are there somewhere ?

Jbprols2

Thank you Clive, your poppies are lovely and so are all of your other flowers!

CJ45

@Jbprols2
Hi Bernadette I see you have found it......Clive.

Jbprols2

Wow! What a gorgeous color of poppy! Love it! Thank you...Bernadette

CJ45

Ha, Ha, Pat.

patsquire

HOLD.....HOLD.....HOLD........CHARGE!
- The ice at the bottom of your glass.

CJ45

My pleasure Val.

valt46

Brilliant photo thank you Clive.

CJ45

Thank you Libi.
Sadly my bee boxes are still empty.

CJ45

Izzy she would be female being a honey bee. LOL!!!
She was collecting pollen both her back legs were full.
I have no idea were her hive is would be nice to find out though.

Libi

Excellent photo!

Jumble

Lets hope he keeps safe until he returns to the hive.

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