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Expired Event - The Buzz on Native Bees - 18 Nov 2017

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The Buzz on Native Bees

When:
Selected Dates until Sat 27 Jan 2018
Time:
10.30am – 1.30pm
Cost:
$25 per person
Details:
Join Megan Halcroft PhD to learn about bees and how they drive biodiversity and support food security. While most bees live solitary lives and don’t store honey, they are the world’s most efficient flower pollinators. They are beautiful, diverse and fascinating to watch with about 200 species of native bees calling Sydney and the surrounding regions home. Learn how to encourage many bee species into the garden by conserving or providing nesting habitat.

Bookings essential at the website link.

Image credit - Robert Luttrell
Location:
Waratah Education Centre
The Blue Mountains Botanic Garden
Bells Line of Road, Mount Tomah
Contact:
Blue Mountains Botanic Garden on
  (02) 4567 3000

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