The Grizzwells by Bill Schorr for May 27, 2023

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    C  9 months ago

    Not much of a beeline

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    saylorgirl  9 months ago

    I saw my first bumble bee for the season while watering my petunias. I didn’t see it time so I got it soaking wet. The bumble bee was fine.

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    Walrus Gumbo Premium Member 9 months ago

    A “stumblebee”.

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    sandpiper  9 months ago

    Is that the source of the term bumble bee?

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    david_42  9 months ago

    ‘bumble’ meaning to hum, buzz, drone, or move ineptly or flounderingly. The generic name Bombus

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    Just-me  9 months ago

    We have a Palo Verde tree in the yard and since I planted it at the end of April, the bumble bees (as well as others) have become frequent visitors to it. I’m glad to see the pollinators personally.

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    bwswolf  9 months ago

    You must have disrupted his air flow, Gunther ……. :0

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    jscarff57 Premium Member 9 months ago

    About as stupid as the birds running into the windows of our sunroom. Sometimes they knock themselves out

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  9. Whatever  9 months ago

    The rare subspecies Stumblebee.

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    eddi-TBH  9 months ago

    I didn’t know nectar fermented.

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    Sisyphos  9 months ago

    Obviously, Bumbling Bee is new at the game, and his “touch and goes” are not a pretty thing to witness, as Gunther observes for us out here on the other side of the Fourth Wall….

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