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Dancing a Duet on a Daisy

This photo essay tells it own story of two pollinators on a very small stage in a endless meadow of summertime flowers.

This little sweat bee is enjoying a pollen and nectar snack on a beautiful summer day.

Along comes a small carpenter bee to see what’s so sweet on this pretty little flower.

 The two bees dance a little duet on a very small stage.

The sweat bee decides that two is a crowd and takes flight to explore a new daisy.   The small carpenter bee is left to enjoy a pollen and nectar snack on a beautiful summer day.

 

 

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Did You Know!

The native Blue Orchard Bee is a very efficient pollinator. 250 of these bees can do the same work as 40,000 honeybees!

There are 4,000 species of native bees found in North America with over 400 species found in New York State.

Bees do not see the color red!

Squash Bees are specialists of plants in squash family.

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