Bumble Bee collecting pollen in Liverpool Parks #12
Bumble Bee investigating a flower in Allerton Towers, 35 acre park in South Liverpool. When was the last time you noticed a bee buzzing around some flowers? Maybe you find them charming or annoying – either way, bees are incredibly important. They pollinate plants in gardens, parks and the wider countryside, including more than three-quarters of the UK’s wildflowers.
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