Kathy Keatley Garvey captures a honeybee's sting - "UC Davis communications specialist Kathy Keatley Garvey in the Department of Entomology said she has taken at least 1 million photos of honeybees in her lifetime..." Keatley Garvey, Awards Win Photographers, Poor Bees, Honeybee Sting, Awesome Photos, Kathy Keatley, Bees Stinger, Lifetime Photos, Action Photos
What can YOU do to save our honeybees? 1) Buy organic, local, seasonal food grown in ecological farms; and 2) Plant a garden with diverse, native vegetation that is free of chemical pesticides. You can grow bee-friendly flowers or make a small home for wild bees. Help #SaveTheBees!
Why do honeybees die after they sting you? by earthskyorg: A honeybee’s stinger is made of two barbed lancets. When the bee stings, it can’t pull the stinger back out. It leaves behind not only the stinger but also part of its digestive tract, plus muscles and nerves. This massive abdominal rupture is what kills the bee. Image via UCRiverside. #Honey_Bee_Sting