That's a lot of bees and wasps for November.
Yes, some of these, like the cellophane bees (Colletes), have a late flight season, and the garden bumblebees (Bombus terrestis) seem indestructible and adapted to human-altered environments, but the mining bees (Andrena) and sweat bees (Lasioglossum) ought to have been long gone for this season, rather than easy to spot on a leisure walk across the Cambridge Botanic Garden, UK.
There's even an #iNaturalist project collecting out of season bees
... which includes this observation of an Andrena cineraria mining #nativebee from the Cambridge Botanic gardens https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/138977895
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