Meadow, though not Early, Workers

Young fresh workers have been on the wing the last two or three weeks in Mayo, and foraging for pollen.

This means that the new queens seen in May have been foundng successful nests –  the first season a second generation has been observed in Ireland. An established pattern on the European mainland, and an indication of a warming climate.

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