Fondos 4K-HD de Abejarucos

Insectívoros de pico largo con colores intensos y llamativos para fondos de pantalla.

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Bee-eater tossing a bumble bee Merops apiaster and Bombus sp. HUNGARY/PUSZTASZER PROTECTED LANDSCAPE, CSONGRÁD The bee-eater is a specialist in bumble bees, wasps, bees and other larger flying insects. One of Europe’s most colourful and exotic-looking birds, the bee-eater lives in colonies in sand banks. That is why this species has benefited from human construction and roadbuilding, where gravel pits and excavation sites provide many more artificial sandbanks than untouched nature. On the other hand, widespread pesticide use in farming reduces the numbers of large insects that the bee-eater needs to survive. The bee-eater is a Mediterranean species of dry and open country, spreading northwards with climate change. Sometimes they are persecuted by bee-keepers, who are not so enthusiastic about their choice of diet. Photo: Markus Varesvuo/Wild Wonders of Europe Terms of Usage: Non-Exclusive, Only in Direct Connection with a Report About Wild Wonders of Europe, where Wild Wonders of Europe is mentioned, and there is a link or a mention of our website: www.wild-wonders.com, and our Main book front cover is shown and there is an image byline of the photographer published beside the image, written like this: photographer's name/ Wild Wonders of Europe Max three images per publication can be used without cost, unless agreed with Wild Wonders of Europe.

Bee-eater tossing a bumble bee
Merops apiaster and Bombus sp.
HUNGARY/PUSZTASZER PROTECTED LANDSCAPE, CSONGRÁD
The bee-eater is a specialist in bumble bees, wasps, bees and other larger flying insects. One of Europe’s most colourful and exotic-looking birds, the bee-eater lives in colonies in sand banks. That is why this species has benefited from human construction and roadbuilding, where gravel pits and excavation sites provide many more artificial sandbanks than untouched nature. On the other hand, widespread pesticide use in farming reduces the numbers of large insects that the bee-eater needs to survive. The bee-eater is a Mediterranean species of dry and open country, spreading northwards with climate change. Sometimes they are persecuted by bee-keepers, who are not so enthusiastic about their choice of diet.
Photo: Markus Varesvuo/Wild Wonders of Europe
Terms of Usage: Non-Exclusive, Only in Direct Connection with a Report About Wild Wonders of Europe, where Wild Wonders of Europe is mentioned, and there is a link or a mention of our website: www.wild-wonders.com, and our Main book front cover is shown and there is an image byline of the photographer published beside the image, written like this: photographer’s name/ Wild Wonders of Europe
Max three images per publication can be used without cost, unless agreed with Wild Wonders of Europe.

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