Bees Foraging on Wild Flowers on the farm in the valley. Some bumble bees and sweat bees, as well as honey bees. All species forage on the wild flowers.
Species of Bees foraging on wild flowers.
This tiny green sweat bee was foraging on a tiny black jack flower. Learn about this bee species on the link.
Pretty green small sweat bee foraging on the small flower.
A little black bumble bee was caught near the coffee tree flowers and then it searched for nectar on the small flower. Learn more on this link about their life cycle.
A beautiful Borage flower. Find the small dark sweat bee on the flower. Bees love the Borage flower.
This coriander flower in the vegetable garden was attracting many insects. As well as this tiny sweat bee with pollen on its leg baskets. Learn about the sweat bees life cycle on this link.
The sun flowers in the veggie garden attracted a few species of bees and insects as well. The large sunflower produced plenty pollen for this tiny green sweat bee below.
The Honey bees on the farm were happy for the sun flowers as well.
A honey bee found foraging on the sun flower in the warm sun light.
The honey bee on some wild yellow flowers in the fields.
some butterflies were also captured on these yellow flowers.
A close up of a tiny dark sweat bee with pollen in her leg baskets. Foraging on the coriander flowers for nectar.
The bees also have many predators. This spider was seen with his honey bee capture.
As soon as I found this predator, the spider then tried to get away with his prey.
The yellow golden sun flowers in the vegetable garden blowing in the wind.
A beautiful flower from a lettuce that went to seed.