Author: The Bee Blogger

I feel like I haven't see you post in a w…

I feel like I haven't see you post in a while, I'm really happy you're back !

Thank you !! <3

according to the USDA, honeybees aren't e…

according to the USDA, honeybees aren't endangered. what's your reasoning for keeping this blog up? (can provide sources if needed.)

I’m the bee blogger, so I blog for all bees!

There are nearly 20,000 species of bees that exist in the world. Currently, there are 7 species that have been added to the US Endangerment list, and this number continues to grow with the use of pesticides on our crops and pollution. It’s important to continue to raise awareness and buy local! 

The other day this little buddy suddenly flew …

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 li…

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 :))

xeptum: Painted a cute fat buble bee on small …

xeptum:

Painted a cute fat buble bee on small tote bag 🐝

stormy skies don’t stop the bees 🌸

stormy skies don’t stop the bees 🌸

SAVE THE BEES!

projectsavethebees:

Did you know that about 90% of the world’s nutrition such as fruits, nuts, and vegetables are pollinated by bees? Without the bees to pollinate our crops we will be a on shortage of food! In fact, there are more than 150 different chemical residues found in bee pollen, and the chemical industry have spent millions of dollars trying to cover up that they are not at fault. Since more grasslands and forests are converted into pesticide contaminated mono-culture-farms, bee colonies per hectare and habitat are rapidly shrinking every year. 

You can help spread awareness and save the bees by donating to Greenpeace or purchasing these honeycomb necklaces where a part of the proceeds go directly to Greenpeace.

What is GreenPeace?

Greenpeace is a global non-governmental campaigning organization that aims to expose environmental problems and promote solutions via using peaceful protest and creative communication. 

***You can help by purchasing a HoneyComb Necklace HERE

Read more about it at: greenpeace.org/usa/sustainable-agriculture/save-the-bees/

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hap birf from felo bee!!! – bee-suggest

hap birf from felo bee!!! – bee-suggest

thank uuu!

Happy bee-day!!!

Happy bee-day!!!

thank youu 🙂

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today is my bee-day and my biggest wish is for the bees to live on and prosper