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    Bee Garden Update: The days are getting noticeably longer

    The snowdrops are out and the daffodils and other spring bulbs are just waiting to pop their heads out to greet us

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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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    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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    My first three months at the Garden

    I’ve already written a couple of blog posts, but I thought I should introduce myself! I’m Katie, and I’m a placement student based in the Science Centre. I’m here for ten months as part of my Biology degree at the University of York. Whilst I’m here, I will mainly be involved in the Saving Pollinators […]

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    Bruce and Ben – The Flowerpot Men Podcast: Episode 4

    In this episode, Bruce and Ben are discussing tools and their intricacies as well as unusual edibles that are growing in the Botanic Garden

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