Little Books on Bees: Solitary Bees

$8.50

Solitary bees account for 90% of all North American species, with over 350 calling Alberta home. Despite their diversity and range, solitary bees are often overlooked because they do not live in colonies or produce honey.  News about declining bee populations tends to focus on honey bees but solitary bees are also at risk. Two of the biggest threats to native bee species are loss of food and suitable nesting sites.

Solitary Bees, is part of our Little Book on Bees Series.

This book will provide you with the tools you need to recognize the solitary bees in your garden. It is a friendly, concise resource that will help you create spaces that provide food and shelter for solitary bees and a wide range of native pollinators.

SKU: 2016-LB-Solitary Categories: ,
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Solitary bees account for 90% of all North American species, with over 350 calling Alberta home. Despite their diversity and range, solitary bees are often overlooked because they do not live in colonies or produce honey.  News about declining bee populations tends to focus on honey bees but solitary bees are also at risk. Two of the biggest threats to native bee species are loss of food and suitable nesting sites.

Solitary Bees, is part of our Little Book on Bees Series.

This book will provide you with the tools you need to recognize the solitary bees in your garden. It is a friendly, concise resource that will help you create spaces that provide food and shelter for solitary bees and a wide range of native pollinators.

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