ONH

  • 1180680
  • 1936
  • 3303
  • 1936
  • 8600
  • 9572
  • 9591
  • 1110928
  • 1110920
  • 1370304
  • 1180680
    1 - Bumble Bee, probably Bombus flavifrons.

    07/27/2015 Heart O' the Hills Area, Olympic National Park, Washington

  • 1936
    1 - Black-tailed Bumble Bee, Bombus melanopygus, on dandelion.

    05/21/2005 Heart O' the Hills Area, Olympic National Park, Washington

  • 3303
    3 - Bumble Bee.

    04/28/2007 Heart O' the Hills Area, Olympic National Park, Washington

  • 1936
    3 - Probably Bombus flavifrons.

    07/23/2008 Heart O' the Hills Area, Olympic National Park, Washington

  • 8600
    5 - Bumble Bee.

    09/29/2011 Obstruction Point Area, Olympic National Park, Washington

  • 9572
    6 - California Bumble Bee, Bombus californicus.

    09/05/2008 Port Williams County Park, Sequim, Washington

  • 9591
    7 - California Bumble Bee, Bombus californicus.

    09/05/2008 Port Williams County Park, Sequim, Washington

  • 1110928
    8 - A Bumble Bee with its head buried in a flower, Menzies’ Larkspur, Delphinium menziesii.

    05/30/2015 Obstruction Point Road, Olympic National Park, Washingto

  • 1110920
    9 - A Bumble Bee flits away from Menzies’ Larkspur Delphinium menziesii.

    05/30/2015 Obstruction Point Road, Olympic National Park, Washingto

  • 1370304
    10 - A Bumble bee on Pearly Everlasting.

    08/12/2016 Obstruction Point Road near the Cox Valley Trailhead, Olympic National Park, Washington

Bumble bees are so quick to flit from flower to flower that I find it hard to get a good photo unless they’re warming or have their heads buried in a flower. Where possible, the bumble bees are identified to species in the image captions.