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Sara Mapelli, or the Bee Queen, dances with the insects to help people reconnect with nature.

Sara Mapelli, or the Bee Queen, dances with the insects to help people reconnect with nature.

Nomia foxii bee

Nomia foxii bee

No, the buzzing you hear isn't the iPhone in your pocket. It's a honey bee—and the impact it has on pollinating the crops you eat is worth its ... presence.

Mentor: For Janie, her mentors were bees. The bees helped the flowers bloom which showed their cooperative relationship. This illuminates Janie's desire to have love similar to the relationship shared by the bees and the flowers.

How Bees Carry Their Baggage

How Bees Carry Their Baggage

Farmers Have Been Enjoying The Fruits Of Bee Labor For 9,000 Years http://www.npr.org/sections/thesalt/2015/11/11/455333696/farmers-have-been-enjoying-the-fruits-of-bee-labor-for-9-000-years

Farmers Have Been Enjoying The Fruits Of Bee Labor For 9,000 Years

A hollow log hive in the Cévennes region of France reveals the details of circular comb architecture of the Western honeybee. New research shows the partnership between humans and bees goes back to the beginnings of agriculture.

Clues to Bees’ History, Tucked Away in Drawers - NYTimes.com

Clues to Bees’ History, Tucked Away in Drawers

Clues to Bees’ History, Tucked Away in Drawers-Scientists are dusting off old insect collections in museums in an effort to learn what has happened to bee populations.

Linda Newstrom-Lloyd is delighted to see the bee-worthy Edgeworthia gardneri in flower.

Virginia Winder: Gardeners teach about the best trees to attract bees

Linda Newstrom-Lloyd is delighted to see the bee-worthy Edgeworthia gardneri in flower.

“Studies show that honey bees thrive in urban areas,” said Leigh-Kathryn Bonner, Founder and CEO of Bee Downtown.

“Studies show that honey bees thrive in urban areas,” said Leigh-Kathryn Bonner, Founder and CEO of Bee Downtown.

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