It was funny to encounter this just after seeing a bear. (But correlation doesn't imply causation)
I am guessing most of the pollinators were hoverflies (not bees)
Grand Park, Mount Rainier National Park
Pierce County, Washington, USA
Elevation ~1800 m. ~6000 feet
Mountain daisy and Pollinator
Erigeron peregrinus (I think) with some Syrphus hoverfly. ID help greatly appreciated.
Mount Rainier National Park
Große Schwebfliege, Syrphus ribesii.
Found while on an insect walk in Glen Canyon park with great John Hafernik.
These hoverflies hang out near the tar road by my village. I did some looking around and they look like they could be Ischiodon aegyptius, but I need to verify this. . .