This video says about itself:
Sir David Attenborough uses a thermal imaging camera to demonstrate the ingenious way a queen bumble bee heats up in the cold morning air to beat the insect traffic. Brilliant video from BBC animal and wildlife show ‘Life in the Undergrowth‘.
7 September 2013.
Still in Losdorp.
Near the cemetery, edible frog sound. Barn swallows flying.
Field bindweed flowers.
Dragonflies and craneflies at the cemetery. But less than yesterday: yesterday was warm; during the night it rained; now, it is colder.
A snail. I did not see one here yesterday. The rainy weather brought it out.
Back in the garden, a silver Y moth.
- Birds, salamanders and flowers (dearkitty1.wordpress.com)
- University of Colorado researchers net rare Western bumblebee (denverpost.com)
- ‘Beemageddon’ delayed: Bumblebee reemergence puzzles scientists (myscienceacademy.org)
- Lesson from a bumblebee… (sufferingrecovery.wordpress.com)
- Rare western bumblebees netted on Colorado’s Front Range during CU-Boulder survey (northfortynews.com)
- Dragonflies and other insects (dearkitty1.wordpress.com)
- Look closely at your bees – we have many different kinds (edp24.co.uk)
- Bumblebees (justphotosby.me)
- Tiny Frog Swallows Sound (guardianlv.com)
- Bumblebees fly ‘a mile’ for food (independent.ie)