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January 24th, 2014
Thanks Frank for the great pictures. This will help a lot of folks when they open up their nesting [...]
January 4th, 2014
Cardboard tubes are used as nesting material for mason bees. Tubes are one of the many different ty[...]
Whow, today was a busy day on this blog. Usually we have about 30-35 readers of this blog per day. [...]
December 10th, 2013
When bee finds a nesting tunnel in wood, plastic or some other material, the female bee will plac[...]
December 22nd, 2013
It is holiday time. We travelled into the Interior of BC after a snow fall and during a cold snap[...]
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