The heath bumble bee: Crime and nourishment in the heathlands — Scottish pollinators

The heath bumble bee is widespread in the north and west of Scotland. Despite its name, it is not restricted to heathland: it is also found on moorland, grasslands, coastal dunes and in gardens, where it visits a variety of flowers. It nests in different places, from old birds’ nests, small mammal burrows, or among […]

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