October 16 - DIY Native Bee Houses

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Who are our native bees? How may we encourage these important ecosystem partners to visit (and nest in) our yard, and why do we want them there? Come learn about many of our native Texan bees, including mason bees, leaf cutter bees, and other gentle, solitary species we hope to attract. You’ll have the opportunity to make your own bee home to welcome these peaceful pollinators. "The many species of native bees in North Central Texas are quite picky about their preferred nesting materials! In order to help you customize your bee home for your neighborhood bees, it would be helpful if you would email with the city or area where you live in the Metroplex." As wacky as it sounds, no yellow shirts to tour the Pollinator Pathway! We don’t want to look like pollen as many guests find it disconcerting to be closely “inspected” by bees.

Saturday, October 16 (10:00 AM-11:30 AM)
Rain Date: October 17
Registration Deadline: October 13
Location: Pollinator Pathway and Geology Wall*
*This workshop consists of a pre-recorded lecture, emailed to you a week prior to the onsite, outdoor portion of the workshop. You will have access to this recorded lecture for two weeks following the onsite event. In the event of pending inclement weather, registrants will be notified the day before the onsite date if the rain date needs to be utilized.
Materials: Provided
$50 /Non-Member or $40 /Member (Members – log in at the top right of the screen to receive your benefits.)
If you do not know your member login information, please call our Membership office at 817-332-7518 for assistance.



Instructed by FWBG | BRIT Volunteer Valerie Taber.

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