Not only human that have the opportunity to go to luxurious hotels, now the insects have the chance to feel how it is like to spend time in “Burj-Al Arab” for insects. In Britain, alongside the “Bring Back Bee” campaign, there are other interesting movement that encourage people to save garden wildlife. However, this time it involves real architects.
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As I already posted in my previous article Flower lover named Bumblebee the existence of bees in wildlife is in serious danger. In the UK, the Sunday Telegraph has launched a serious campaign called “Bring Back Bees”. The goal is to preserve the bee’s natural habitat that has been seriously damaged due to climate change, the threat from parasites and the increase of urbanization that reduce bee’s natural habitat.
Have you ever thought about having aquatic wildlife in your garden pond? It’s true that your garden will look so much better with extra occupants like frogs, snails or water insects. Make your pond as natural as possible would be a good idea to invite them. All animals need water to live or to drink. Some of them spend all of their life in the water and some come for drinking and bathing.
Nowadays, once a science fiction addict hear the name bumblebee, the first thing that comes to mind is an alien robot that walks around the earth and can transform itself into a Chevy Camaro from the block-buster film The Transformers. Well it’s not exactly the one I wanted to talk about. The real Bumblebee is a species of bee well known for its yellow-black body hairs and it is role in the pollination process which allows flowers to transport their pollens to other flowers for reproduction. This process is very ideal partnership for both creatures. Bumblebees are known for feeding nectar of the flowers that contains sugar and vitamins. During the feeding process the flower’s pollen grains are wedges into the bee’s hairy hind leg for transport.