I was thanking my stars that I'd learned to make nice buttonholes, when the parlor door opened and shut, and someone began to hum, Kennst Du Das Land, like a big bumblebee
Here and there a couple of bees, by force of habit and custom cleaning out the brood cells, with efforts beyond their strength laboriously drag away a dead bee or bumblebee
without knowing why they do it.
I am no more lonely than a single mullein or dandelion in a pasture, or a bean leaf, or sorrel, or a horse-fly, or a bumblebee
Agafea Mihalovna went out on tiptoe; the nurse let down the blind, chased a fly out from under the muslin canopy of the crib, and a bumblebee
struggling on the window-frame, and sat down waving a faded branch of birch over the mother and the baby.
The steamboats skimming along under the stupendous precipices were diminished by distance to the daintiest little toys, the sailboats and rowboats to shallops proper for fairies that keep house in the cups of lilies and ride to court on the backs of bumblebees
A total of 30,000 people, mostly schoolchildren, took part in the study this summer, recording more than 4,000 bumblebee
sightings from across the UK.
was buzzing around nature reserves in the borough, helping to deliver a serious conservation message in a fun way.
Children at Glynwood Primary School, in Gateshead, took part in the Big Bumblebee
Discovery, organised by EDF Energy this week.
The optic flow can be described as the sensation that surrounding objects move as the bumblebee
Stacey Combes, recently began a series of experiments to test if the frequency at which a Bumblebee
vibrates its body has an effect on the amount of pollen the flower releases.
Provide nest sites for bumblebees
nest boxes can be purchased but they are often ignored by queen bumblebees
The Simonside area is an important habitat for bumblebees
with 14 different species being recorded, including rare and uncommon species such as Mountain Bumblebee
and the Moss Carder.