I was excited to see several bee species, a parasitic wasp, and fly that that mimics a bee in appearance.
Read an earlier post about the importance of Ichneumon and other wasps in the native landscape.
Read an earlier post on bee mimics.
Read my post at Native Plants & Wildlife Gardens about the importance of leaving plant debris, leaves, rocks and logs to provide habitat for overwintering insects.
What early spring pollinators are you seeing in your yard?