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Make A Bee Waterer And Help Hydrate Our Pollinators


Imagine how hard just one bee works in a single day. Bees tend to at least 2,000 flowers daily, with tiny wings beating 10,000 times per minute, carrying pollen, and dramatically assisting our food supply.
Sound exhausting? Bees get thirsty, and they need safe water sources. The problem is water is not always available.Bees need very shallow water to drink from. However, shallow water evaporates quickly. Birdbaths are not the best option as bees tend to drown if the water is not be shallow enough. As for river and lakes, bees risk their lives trying to get water in the presence of fishes, frogs, and other wildlife, not to mention the risk of being swept away in water currents.
To help hydrate our little pollinators, set up a water feeder by filling a pie pan with marbles and then water. The marbles give the bees a spot to land so that they don’t drown when they come to drink. No more drowned bees!
Source: Natural Cures 

niuniente:

Make A Bee Waterer And Help Hydrate Our Pollinators

Imagine how hard just one bee works in a single day. Bees tend to at least 2,000 flowers daily, with tiny wings beating 10,000 times per minute, carrying pollen, and dramatically assisting our food supply.

Sound exhausting? Bees get thirsty, and they need safe water sources. The problem is water is not always available.

Bees need very shallow water to drink from. However, shallow water evaporates quickly. Birdbaths are not the best option as bees tend to drown if the water is not be shallow enough. As for river and lakes, bees risk their lives trying to get water in the presence of fishes, frogs, and other wildlife, not to mention the risk of being swept away in water currents.

To help hydrate our little pollinators, set up a water feeder by filling a pie pan with marbles and then water. The marbles give the bees a spot to land so that they don’t drown when they come to drink. No more drowned bees!

Source: Natural Cures 

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godiosanchez:

In honor of Neverender, I have decided to do another give away. You have today, September 5th, until October 7th to reblog and like as much as you’d like. The rules are simple:
-Reblog and like as much as you want.
-You DON’T have to follow me to be able to win. This is just to give away stuff.
-I will use a randomized generator to pick the winner.
-There will only be ONE winner.
-I will ship to Canada if needed but I would prefer if you’re in the US. 
-That’s pretty much it!
The winner will receive the choice of one shirt from the Coheed and Cambria store and a surprise gift form Neverender!  
So get to it and reblog! Good luck!
Go here to find out to get 5 extra entries!

godiosanchez:

In honor of Neverender, I have decided to do another give away. You have today, September 5th, until October 7th to reblog and like as much as you’d like. The rules are simple:

-Reblog and like as much as you want.

-You DON’T have to follow me to be able to win. This is just to give away stuff.

-I will use a randomized generator to pick the winner.

-There will only be ONE winner.

-I will ship to Canada if needed but I would prefer if you’re in the US. 

-That’s pretty much it!

The winner will receive the choice of one shirt from the Coheed and Cambria store and a surprise gift form Neverender!  

So get to it and reblog! Good luck!

Go here to find out to get 5 extra entries!

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bioluminescent-seadwellers:

takethedamncash:

Kind of like lava lamps but better! These jellyfish are real. They have died of natural causes, been harvested by these lamp makers, frozen in liquid nitrogen and encased in crystalline epoxy. They glow in the dark, due to the jellyfishes’ natural bioluminescence.
- messynessychic

it is my duty to reblog everything involving bioluminescence

finally, my room can look like blackreach

vampishly:

bioluminescent-seadwellers:

takethedamncash:

Kind of like lava lamps but better! These jellyfish are real. They have died of natural causes, been harvested by these lamp makers, frozen in liquid nitrogen and encased in crystalline epoxy. They glow in the dark, due to the jellyfishes’ natural bioluminescence.

- messynessychic

it is my duty to reblog everything involving bioluminescence

finally, my room can look like blackreach

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