This post will be updated every month with the list of plants on which Apis cerana was sighted. All these sightings are at Forest Hut farm.
Action at Inca
Pollen is very important for honey-bees. And, Inca inhabitants have already found good sources of pollen.
The Maya colony have figured where to get pollens from...Lovely sight!
Buzz at Forest Hut
The wait is over. They are arriving in numbers...
Spotted Honeyguides are near passerine birds in the order Piciformes. They are also known as indicator birds, or honey birds. It is found in Africa.
The Greater Roadrunner is a long-legged bird in the cuckoo family, Cuculidae, from the Aridoamerica region in the Southwestern United States and Mexico. The greater roadrunner is monogamous, forming long-term pair bonds. Greater roadrunner couples defend a territory of about 700 to 800 m in size.
Raggiana Bird Of Paradise
The Raggiana Bird of Paradise also known as Count Raggi's bird of-paradise, is a large bird in the bird of paradise family Paradisaeidae. Its diet consists mainly of fruits. The species is an important seed disperser of some fruiting trees in New Guinea.
Large Grey Babbler
The Large Grey Babbler is a member of the family Leiothrichidae found across India and far western Nepal. Their nests are parasitized by the pied cuckoo and the common hawk-cuckoo. They feed mainly on insects but also feed on small lizards, molluscs and arachnids. They also feed on seeds, grains and berries.
Lappet Faced Vulture
The Lappet Faced Vulture or Nubian vulture is an Old World vulture belonging to the bird order Accipitriformes. The nominate race lives throughout Africa. It has a wingspan of 8.2–9.5 ft. It is a carrion eater. Endangered.
The Green Peafowl or Indonesian peafowl is a peafowl species native to the tropical forests of Southeast Asia. It is the national bird of Myanmar. The male is 1.8–3 m in total length. Endangered.