Specimen 1554 | Bumble Bee

[Bombus pennsylanicus]

Bumble bees are found wherever flowering plants are and contribute immeasurably as pollinators of wild flowers and crops. They have a longer tongue than a honey bee, so they are more efficient pollinators for some plant species.


to the Museum of York County

for their generous permission to paint right there in their Naturalist Center—so I could experience these beautiful creations up close and personal.


Specimen NC 1554

Bumble Bee

oil & gold leaf on wood

4” (round)