Bees

Happy Zoo Lovers Day!

Okay, Zoo the television show was probably not what they had in mind when they created Zoo Lovers Day, but it is pretty awesome. It is based on the best-selling novel by James Patterson. Now Zoo, Season One, is available on DVD and Blu-ray for some great binge watching.

Snug As A Bug On A Mug

Hot beverages are a staple of this time of year, and what better way to imbibe in winter comfort than in the company of little denizens of summer. This elegant Bee Mug and this darling Ladybug Mug are a great way to help warm a winter's day.

There's A Lot Of Buzz On This Hat!

There is an easier way to have a beehive on your head without going to the hairdresser and having them use enough hairspray to destroy the ozone layer. You can get a Hand-Crocheted Beehive Hat instead and corner the market on awesome kitsch!

Christmas Bee Coming

Trivia for today: Did you know that a beehive woven of straw or wicker is called a skep? Yep. I was totally skeptical about that too, but it's true. To honor this iconic image during the holidays this year there is the Bee Skep Blown Glass Christmas Ornament.

Hey! Lego My Zoo!

The Denver Zoo has had several animals temporarily added to its exhibits and they don't need feeding, veterinary services, or room to run. That is because these animals are amazing sculptures made of Lego® blocks by artist Sean Kenney. These incredible pieces of art will be on display at the zoo from now until November 1st.

Support Your Local Pollinators: Buy The Bees A Home

Encourage pollinators into your garden by providing the bees a home. This awesome Bee House is just the thing to get your local bees to set up housekeeping right in your yard.

Obama Spelling Bees From Habitat Hunting

The alarming decline in bee population could cause bees to become extinct in the very near future. Honey bees, which account for more than $15 billion through their vital role in keeping fruits, nut and vegetables in our diets have fallen prey to a mysterious disorder called ‘Colony Collapse Disorder (CCD). This is a syndrome defined as a dead colony with one live queen and immature bees unable to sustain the hive.