...and for all you bee-fly fans out there. Here's the little fella I found in my garden. The commonest bee-fly in this area is the dark-edged bee-fly (with two-tone wings) so I was surprised to find the rare dotted bee-fly (with dotty wings and a black bum) today.
Author Jess PriceLast month I blogged about wild daffodils, and whilst I did see some in flower in March, it seems that the cold weather did delay things somewhat. However once we hit April the daffodils really got going. In particular I have been
Ivy Bees establish colonies in the grass, look out for lots of burrows, and #bees flying low . This bee is harmless and are active at this time of year as they feed on ivy flowers. pic.twitter.com/5gkrZJuuq2