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review A Sting in the Tale My Adventures with Bumblebees Ô eBook or Kindle ePUB ☆ ❰PDF / Epub❯ ★ A Sting in the Tale My Adventures with Bumblebees Author Dave Goulson – Helpyouantib.co.uk One man's uest to save the bumblebee Dave Goulson has always been obsessed with wildlifeDer of the Bumblebee Conservation Trust Goulson combines Gerald Durrell esue tales of a child's growing passion for nature with a deep insight into the crucial importance of the bumblebee He details the minutiae of life in their nests sharing fascinating research Sting in the Tale My ePUB #10003 into the effects intensive farming has had on our bee populations and on the potential dangers if we are to continue down this pa. Would never have read this randomly except I ran out of vacation books and Robyn had a copy out from the libraryWhat a wonderful little book Goulson writes about bumblebees with passion clarity and great humor Entirely readable and enjoyable I learned so much about bees It has inspired me to ueue a book about ants that the author referenced

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One man's uest to save the in the ePUB #9734 bumblebee Dave Goulson has always been obsessed with wildlife from his childhood menagerie of exotic pets and dabbling in experimental taxidermy to his groundbreaking research into the mysterious ways of the bumblebee and his mission to protect our rarest bees Once commonly found in the marshes of Kent the short haired A Sting ePUB #10003 bumblebee now only exists in the wilds o. A marvelous little book about bumblebees Non fiction at its best entertaining and thought provoking I thought honey bees were important pollinators but bumblebees are too For example tomato plants are only pollinated by bumblebees Until these were bred for commercial use in the 1990's or so tomato plants were pollinated by hand by humans Sadly many bumblebees are on the verge of extinction due to invading species disease and loss of habitat The author knows his subject intimately and tells about it with a great deal of humor I loved bumblebees even before I read this book I am very mindful of having flowers on the terrace that they enjoy and that I don't use insecticide on I love watching them Until next bumblebee season I must consider what else I can do to help the local population You should too

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A Sting in the Tale My Adventures with BumblebeesF New Zealand the descendants of a few ueen bees shipped over in the nineteenth century Dave Goulson's passionate drive to reintroduce it to its native land is one of the highlights of a book that includes exclusive research into these curious creatures history's relationship with the bumblebee and advice on Sting in the Kindle #213 how to protect it for all time One of the UK's most respected conservationists and the foun. A lightly written book that makes the science of bees readable and enjoyable The chapters on place location and flower sensing were intriguing Much is still not known about bees especially those outside the beekeeper's hiveIt seems to be a trend among science writers to confuse their CVs with their subjects This is the third book I have read in the past six months where the author has felt the urge to describe his academic history and turn the book into autobiography Goulson writes well no fuss with an eye on the reader not the scientific journal and with a genuine wish to explain his passion At times however the writing collapses into whimsy Did I want to know that one female assistant was pretty from Oxford; or another female was a typical American with a very loud voice and a wad of cash for her PhD; or that one male researcher was a bit of a charmer and a ladies' man Less of this and of how some blue tits have evolved a taste for bee brains would have been welcomeAll in all a thoughtful look at the mysterious life of bees