Alex Wild is a photographer and research scientist with a thing for ants, and insects in general. He'll admit it, he's crazy about these little leggy, make-you-squirm-in-your-seat kind of bugs. Whether you're a fellow insect lover, doing some research, or interested in North American ants, you'll find his blog of top notch quality.
Tales from the beehive – a beekeepers bloghttp://danieljmarsh.wordpress.com
I am a relatively new beekeeper, having started out in 2009, and am based in west Kent, UK. Join with me through my blog on a journey as I visit my bees and learn more about the world of these fascinating insects, the way that we interact with them and rely on them for pollination and how we can help to safeguard their future in a changing world where there are so many environmental factors working against them. It records my successes, and failures, and you are warmly invited to comment and feedback to make the blog a more useful resource for others setting out in their own journeys into beekeeping. I hope you find this both informative and entertaining.
All things Odonata — the dragonflies and damselflies, with a focus on the Pacific Northwest of North America (with occasional forays to other regions). Topics range from species profiles, behavior, natural history, travels, and photography.