Monthly Archives: July 2012
Do you like puzzles? I just found this cool Nat Geo page that turns photos into 50 piece puzzles. Great way to keep the kiddies occupied, but I had to drag myself away from this one! Remember those little black … Continue reading
In early June, when the spring mason bees have completed their nesting, I always recommend moving the filled nesting tubes out of the hot sun and into a garage or shed. A mesh Safe Bee Bag, or even a pair … Continue reading
While adult wasps dine on plant nectar and pollen, their offspring are carnivorous. To provide their young with the ‘meat’ they need to develop, the adult female wasp will collect insects such as spiders and caterpillars, then paralyze them so … Continue reading
This Fly Dude just looks like the definition of BadAss to me: Very cool, and kinda scary. Check out these black spikes!
This Red Admiral butterfly reminded me of one of my favorite meditations: I am Bountiful, I am Beautiful, I am Blissful