much of bees. In fact, some people don’t think about bees at all until one is flying in their face; that is the point at which one would think badly of the bees. The insects buzz, sting and like flowers, and that’s all that many people know about them. The bees’ image isn’t helped by the fact that they tend to incite a certain reaction in people, one that involves flinching, shrieking, and arm-waving. However, there is one other fact regarding bees that many people should know: Bees are dying
Current state “Bees don’t think about what is impossible. That’s why we can fly when everyone says we shouldn’t be able to” (The Bee Movie, 2007). One of the things that confines creative thinking is the belief that a system or structure or current way of doing things creates boundaries that should not/ought not to be crossed. That is similar to a non-permeable border – nothing from one side crosses to the other side. This non-porous thinking affects ideas, values, change and behavior to an extent
natural history. From pollinating our plants to providing about one-third of our food supply. Where would we be without bees? The natural balance of the world would be thrown off of its routine course. In fact, most of the world’s populations would be unable to sustain their needs. Pollinators maintain our ecosystems, and crops necessary to support both our farm animals and ourselves. Bees specifically have been known to carry out these tasks, they are by far the most important pollinator for humans.
I look out of the window and watch the bees at work around the large bush that has flowered in front of my house.They busily go from one tiny flower to the next looking for nectar and exchanging pollen. Occasionally one will fly away presumably to inform other bees at the hive about the location and abundance of this bush.More bees arrive to help in the gathering of nectar while others leave to deliver their bounty. Each bee is an integral part of a hive, a biological system.Each bee is also an