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Providing homes for birds and native bees

Original post made on Sep 24, 2009

Native plants can attract bees to urban gardens

Read the full story here Web Link posted Wednesday, September 23, 2009, 2:23 PM

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Posted by The Honeybee Conservancy, a resident of Midtown
on Sep 24, 2009 at 6:29 am

Thank you for this great piece on native bees. One of California's native bees is the stunning Western Bumble Bee (Bombus occidentalis), which sadly is in major decline. Many people aren't aware that there are easy ways to take action today to help native bees. Easy steps such as planting native flowers, building homes for native bees and restoring wildlife habitats. Thanks to Acterra Stewardship and the UC Berkeley team for this event!

The Honeybee Conservancy
www.TheHoneybeeConservancy.org


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