Really, I wasn't entering this work day looking for a reason to pick on our daily newspaper, The Gazette.
But while flipping briefly through today's GO! calendar, I noticed an error I'd like to bring to the paper's attention, on page 16.
The central graphic on the spread relates to an upcoming honey harvest at Bear Creek Nature Center. The only problem is that isn't a honeybee in the photo. Speaking as a beekeeper, I'm 99 percent sure that we're looking at a yellow jacket.
Here's a photo of a honeybee from my own colony, so you can note the difference in appearance:
For the record, none of the honey you enjoy in your tea comes from yellow jackets — they don't produce it.
Lebotzke has now added a little "Tweets are my own views" comment in an effort…
Should such material be removed from a government office? Certainly. However, the question not answered…
'BirdManBlue's' post is directly on point and I appreciate the insight.