Conservation

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  1. Garden blogs

    Guide to March’s Wildflowers

    March is the first month of spring and wildflowers are beginning to bloom. Biophilic Wales have made this downloadable guide to help you identify some native wildflowers you can find in March.

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    Solitary bees and where to see them

    When someone mentions bees to you, a honey bee or a bumblebee probably comes to mind. However, there are lots of other bees buzzing about, often unnoticed.

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    The world through an insect’s eyes

    Have you ever wondered why bees have two sets of eyes, or why dragonfly eyes meet on top of their head?

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  4. Garden blogs

    Wet Wet Wet

    All this wet weather is a worry, as it’s not the cold that kills bees, but the damp and mould, so we like to check the hives regularly to make sure we have done all we can to help our bees.

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    Honeybees tell the story of the UK’s changing landscape over the last 65 years

    Natural historians, scientists and government agencies have made detailed records over this time, but they are not the only witnesses to this changing world.

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    Where are all the bees?

    It’s December. The autumn colours have disappeared, the days are getting darker and long summer days seem a distant memory. Us humans prepare for winter by wrapping up warm and spending the majority of our time inside, but how do bees survive this harsh season?

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