This bumblebee is busy at work with the tasty task of pollinating. Tune in to hear the fervid flight of this delightful little creature.

It’s been a busy year at Ecopsyched! too. In fact, it’s been a busy few years of dreaming up this passion project, editing the first feature episodes, developing the creative, and launching in August! I’m psyched to celebrate with this final “Busy Bee” episode of 2019!

A huge “THANK YOU!” for your support, and for joining me on this and other Ecopsyched! adventures. See you in 2020 for more audible eco-escapades! 

-Lisa B


Did you notice the yellow clump on this bumble’s leg? It’s called a ‘pollen basket.’ Learn more from The Honeybee Conservancy.

According to the Bumble Conservation Trust, only female bumbles (workers) collect pollen and nectar and return to the nest, while males normally do not return to the nest once they leave and collect only nectar to feed themselves. As you can see, our bumble is a female worker bee!

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Yellow Rose of Berkeley by  Rondo Brothers
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2 comments on “NATURE POD: Busy Bee

  1. Rose says:

    Lovely little bee, LisaB. Thanks for posting this to remind me of spring & flowers & warmth.

    Happy New Year!

    1. Lisa B says:

      I’m glad this little buzzer brought thoughts of spring to you, Rose. Happy New Year to you!

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