The Eastern Common Bumblebee is easy to spot in most places in Ohio. Bumblebees are insects. Their bodies are made up of three parts — the head, thorax and abdomen.
About the Observing Local Nature Series
The Observing Local Nature series introduces the concept of phenology, the study of connections between plant and animal life cycles through the seasons, to children in elementary school by focusing on specific plants, trees and animals.Explore the series