Spring signals female bees to lay the next generation of pollinators

Northern amber bumble bee queen (Bombus borealis) on a dandelion flower. Sarah A. Johnson, CC BY-ND The first days of spring – brighter and warmer – are a biological trigger for female bees to wake up from hibernation and begin to build future colonies. These enormous bees, sometimes two […]

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