Thursday, March 8, 2012

Beekeepers in The New Yorker

You know beekeeping is mainstream when bees get attention in The New Yorker.

Of course, they're New York bees, atop the Whitney Museum, but their country cousins in Mississippi are happy with the attention given by such a prominent publication.

Thanks to Caleb for the link!

Monday, March 5, 2012

HD video of pollinators in action

This combination of time-lapse photography and video gives viewers a truly amazing view of the intricacies of several pollinators. Hummingbirds, bats (one carrying her young!), butterflies, flies, and of course, honey bees, are brought closer than you have ever seen them.


Thanks to our friend Guy Ray for sharing!