American Bumble Bee
Origin: North and Central America
Size: 10mm to 23mm
Diet: pollen and nectar
Activity: often seen foraging for pollen and nectar in open fields, meadows, gardens, forests, and parks.
they nest in the abandoned dens of other animals preferably underground
Reproduction: These are social bees, so it’s only the queen and drones who will mate.
Their wings beat 130 times or more per second
255 species of bumblebees
Colonies can contain between 50 and 500 individuals
They make honey by chewing the pollen and mixing it with their saliva