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VIDEO – Part 1 – What are your baby bees doing?

Let’s take a look inside a mason bee nesting block to see what your baby bees are doing.

It’s June and mason bee season is wrapping up. Once your mason bee activity is over you need to safely store your mason bees in a shed or garage to keep them safe from summer predators like mono wasps and birds.

If you want to host leafcutter bees, now is the time to order leafcutters. You can watch this video to learn more


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Mason bees
visit up to
2,000
flowers a day
400 Mason bees
do the work of
40,000
honey bees
One Mason bee
block can hold
500
eggs
Farmers
release
1,000
bees per acre
to pollinate their
crops