Nature Study Tuesday

Nature Study Tuesday is another fun meme that I have found. I have been wanting to share about our fun adventures outside and this fits perfectly.

This is our bunny.

This is a giant honeybee that we found in the front yard.

This is a picture my husband took. He just happened to catch the giant honeybee in mid flight. Amazing!

A wasp nest that the kids discovered in the backyard.

Here is a close-up of the wasp nest.

Well, that’s about it for this week.


8 thoughts on “Nature Study Tuesday”

  1. Hey,

    Thanks for linking up. That is one cute bunny!!! We just finished our honey bee study too. Have a great day!!
    .-= Betty´s last blog ..Nature Study Tuesday June 1—Nature Walk at Quivera National Wildlife Refuge =-.

    1. Hi Betty,

      I think Nature Study Tuesday is an awesome idea. The bunny is adorable. We have not done a honey bee study yet. That sounds like a fun idea.

      Blessings
      Honey

  2. When we find those wasp nests, they get squished! The yellowjackets here are very aggressive, and keeping a nest around is just asking for trouble. I love your bunny though! He’s a lionhead, right? I want one of those! :) (forget the kids! hehe)
    .-= Dawn´s last blog ..The MOB Society Twitter Party is Tonight! =-.

    1. Hi Dawn,

      The nest did get squished – but we took the picture first. Mud wasps are really bad in our backyard in the summer time.

      Our bunny is very adorable. It is a lionhead. He is really easy to care for.

      Blessings
      Honey

    1. Hi Jennifer,

      He is really cute and pretty tame. All the kids love him. Thanks for visiting and taking the time to comment.

      Blessings
      Honey

      1. :) You’re welcome! I’m looking forward to browsing! :). We had bunnies when I was a teenager, but they were meat rabbits so we couldn’t get too attached! I always wanted a pet bunny, though. I heard you can even potty (litter, anyway) train them!

        1. Hi Jennifer,

          Have fun looking around. I would have a hard time having animals around that I knew we were going to eat.

          Blessings
          Honey

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