Bumblebee 1 – A Happy Pollinator

Butterflies and bumblebees, as well as native bees do a wonderful job of pollinating flowers. This is very important work, as it helps the flowers to set seeds which grow the next crop of that plant.  This bumblebee is buzzing happily on a chive flower. It’s a more detailed drawing, taken from a photograph by Butterfly Woman Publishing. There is a larger size image on the “Colouring with Anasera” page, and  there is info about  the plight of the pollinators if you would like to zip over and visit.

Here is a smaller image of the bumblebee picture.

bumblebee 1

Check out my other blogs…
Wildersoul Rainbows – more colourful artwork and photography
Wildersoul Create~Express – writing and poetry, mainly, plus some general blogging

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4 thoughts on “Bumblebee 1 – A Happy Pollinator

    1. Me too. And yes they do! We have a lot of bumblebees here, and I used to think that they came out like big bustling mamas to help out the rather thin-looking overworked honey bees!

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    1. Yeah – you go dude! Connecting with the inner pre-schooler… I like it!

      Imagine, rainbow striped bumblebees… wonder what they would sound like… cross between a honey bee and thunderclouds!

      If you find it allmostrelevant to actually print and colour one, I would love to see your rainbow-striped bumblebee! 🙂

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