This morning revealed light rain overnight but looking at Balotta psuedodictamus was shocking, so many near to death bees utterly sodden, clinging on in their last hours. They’ll never dry out I fear, but as I write this late morning there is some sunshine coming through. I have a very interesting garden, a clever garden tailored to help nature, the large shrub white Hebe gives way to lots of tall Campanula to the Balotta; theres mostly always something for them.
I make sure too there small structures, nooks and crannies that will help nature, I always leave leaf fall on the soil surface and I’m thinking i need to construct another compost heap (v definitely open sided) for maybe a mouse or wren to nest in, its happened several times before.
Big question … WHY ARE THESE BEES (say a dozen) out in the wet, sodden, hardly able to move? Why didn’t they sek shelter, retun to their home or at least shelter amomg the confined twisted lower stems of the plant? again, is this bee dementia. I need to get in contact with experts, with apiarists.
Bees are clever but not so clever for these ones. Is this the dreaded chemtrail aluminium? These last couple of weeks chemtrails and an obviously aluminized sky are back with us. its such a shame chemtrail awareness is so ridiculed, the evidence is there but most ‘ornery folk with near zero observational experience think they know better.
Luckily these last few nights there were moths to be seen, but this summer NO WASPS, my plum tree has produced lots this year and the last quarter century would have meant a vital destination for wasps, summer 2020 not a single wasp to be seen. Again, this troubles me.
Its more difficult to get at search results for these topics ie bee decline and for wasp decline, windows 10 is horrible, XP was so much more empathetic and revealing of other than the usual half dozen sites currently revealed.