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Bee Watching – The Basics of Bee Identification with For Garden’s Sake
January 14 @ 10:00 am - 11:00 am
You won’t see your backyard the same way again! Discover the colorful, diverse, and fascinating species of bees that live in the Triangle with For Garden’s Sake’s Bee Watching – The Basics of Bee Identification class on Sat, Jan 14 from 10am-11am. By the end of this class, you’ll know how to identify the most common bees in your neighborhood, their nesting habits, the difference between bees and other pollinators like wasps, and tips for attracting bees and other pollinators to your yard.
The fee for this class is $25/person, including a honey-sweetened lavender-lemonade mimosa. The workshop will take place at Robin’s Nest in Pittsboro. Payment at the time of registration is required to hold your spot. Registration without payment will be disregarded.
Instructors: Alfredo Salkeld and Jackson Brinkley, Buddha Bee Apiary