ATTENTION ALL BEE LOVERS
Look at this mug 🙂
Hey guys, I recently got chosen to be an ambassador for the company Tees for Bees!
Tees for Bees creates buzz about saving the bees with some funky tee shirts. They aim to bring the cause to the mainstream and to raise awareness among groups that would not usually be knowledgeable about bees and pollinators.
They donate at least 10% of their products to Bee City to support the work they’re doing to save the bees and all their products are ethically made. They also participate in community outreach projects and educating young children.
You can use my code STEPHANIE to get free shipping on any purchase or just follow them on Instagram (@tsforbees) to keep up with the work they’re doing.
Ah….the redbud a lovely native leguminous north american small tree. Widely planted, awesome pollinator pollen and nectar food source…and…very interestingly, it has clear seed pods until mid summer which allows investigators to look at rates of pollination….could be used as a sentinel and a great citizen science project. Reader…you should make this happen. Photo and specimen taken by Helen Lowe Metzman.
The other day this little buddy suddenly flew into my face and plopped onto my arm! I let her chill for a bit until I found some nice flowers to let her off on.
Hi, I just wanted to share this with you, a lil’ bumble my dog and I met on our hike today 😊
Do you know what kind *he might be? It’s in Sweden.
Also, I love your blog!
(so cute! thank you! looks like a white-tailed bumblebee to me :))