traps in the honey-pot …

What, climate change not killing off the bees after all? … (pollination halved)

Why the Buzz About a Bee-pocalypse Is a Honey Trap

Populations of the pollinators are not declining and a ban on neonic pesticides would devastate U.S. agriculture.

By Henry Miller, WSJ, Jul 22, 2014

http://online.wsj.com/articles/henry-i-miller-why-the-buzz-about-a-bee-pocalypse-is-a-honey-trap-1406071612?tesla=y&mod=djemMER_h&mg=reno64-wsj

It’s always worth double checking when talking about ‘devastation’ and/or ‘climate’ !

Bees on a sunflower - Britain's bees need you

Bees on a sunflower Photo: PHOTOLIBRARY

My kind of bees:

Sugarbag bees set to reveal their habits in Broome (Environment & Conservation) THE Kings Park Botanic Garden’s science director is leading a team studying the ecology and physiology of the wild sugarbag bee (Austroplebeia essingtoni). Sugarbag bees are stingless and […] Published 07 June 2013

A couple of years ago, our local entomologists were also warning of a devastation decline: WA honeybee paradise under threat

I wonder what they think now.

About Tom Harley

Amateur ecologist and horticulturalist and CEO of Kimberley Environmental Horticulture Inc. (Tom Harley)
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