The bees are buzzing

Top Photo: Honey bee on algae covered rock in Hideaway Woods. Starting in early November the Mahonia on our Dino Trail begins to bloom. Its tiny yellow flowers work their way up the plant’s long racemes. If there are any active insects about, here’s where you’ll find them, extracting nectar and, in the process, pollinating the plants. There’s no real way of knowing (without marking them) if the honey bees that I see at the Mahonia at this time ofRead more