“I was about five years old on my grandmother’s property when I saw something fly into a hollyhock flower. I ran over, stuck in my finger, and the flower bit me! Then I saw something fly out of the flower. That got me interested in insects. Later, I learned what bit me had been a bumblebee.”
Bill maintains a stock library of nature photos with an emphasis on images of plants and insects. He is a columnist with Horticulture Magazine and he contributes to several others. He recently published the children’s book “Minnesota Bug Hunt” with the Minnesota Historical Society Press.