Winter Sleeps: Bees
Honeybees and our native bees have different methods for surviving winter, from shivering to generate heat in a colony to chillin' in hollow plant stems. Pennsylvania Master Naturalist and apiarist, Nancy Thorne, will share her knowledge of how bees make it through our winters and why it's important to not cleanup your landscape in the fall.
This is the second of our five-part "Winter Sleeps" virtual series. View the other events below.
Winter Sleeps Series
- January 25: Amphibians & Reptiles
- February 1: Bees
- February 8: Bears
- February 15: Bats
- February 22: Shrews
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