It's been a mild winter, so probably.
I've see Bumble Bees and Honey Bees flying about, normally to early for them where I live, usually an other few weeks before they are seen.
I'm out at weekend, if I find wee beasties about I'll let peeps know.
> Does that mean the evil little winged, blood sucking wee beasties will start feeding earlier, too?
We saw some midges in Glen Roy in the first week of March. They weren't biting yet...
It depends upon when the males come out.
It's only the females that bite and suck blood, to get food so they can produce eggs.
(I am saying nothing about the fairer sex)
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