STOP PRESS: Whilst the schools are closed, I’ll be creating some special ‘learning through laughter, rhythm and rhyme’ nature poem videos to help you learn more about the minibeasts and birds you’re likely to see in your garden or on your daily walk right now. Watch the videos here. (Keep checking back for more.)
There are two sorts of Buzzing! videos on this page:
- Videos of me performing some of the poems in my award-winning book Buzzing! Discover the poetry in garden minibeasts.
- Videos of some of the minibeasts that appear in my Buzzing! book.
Oh, and if you’re after Bumblebee videos only, then you’ll find those here.
Doug (page 80)
Jane Bond (page 12)
Bee-fly (page 18)
Steve and his colleagues (page 102)
Berberis Sawfly laying its eggs (see page 74). This is the long version.
Berberis Sawfly laying its eggs (see page 74). This is the shorter version.
Tree Bumblebees (see page 78, where the poem Madame Honfleur appears, about one Tree Bumblebee.) This video is another instance of Tree Bumblebees in our garden. This time, they were nesting! Find out more about that appearance here.