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Driving through the Sierra Nevada mountain range and approaching Lake Tahoe, I realized this was the final leg of our seven day road trip from Catasaqua, Pennsylvnaia to Chico, California. The trip was approximatly 3,300 miles, not the most direct route but it was nice to get off I-80 and avoid truck traffic and road ...
After weeks of rain, the Bradford Pear trees are finally in bloom. The bloom was delayed by two weeks from last year due to the cold and rain. This is a great sign for a Pennsylvania Beekeeper's because colonies are now producing brood and expanding along with the blooming flowers of the spring. R. Snyder
This is a large congregation of Colletes inaequalis, commonly known as the “Mining Bee.” This natural phenomenon occurs between March and July. The bee ranges from Nova Scotia, Canada south to Georgia, United States. This bee is known to be polylectic (diverse forage), but can specialize on pollinating apples. ...