Show your appreciation for your local ecosystem!
Not all bees live in hives. agSome, like the Mason bees, are solitary and prefer to make their home in small holes found in places like downed logs - Or places like this special Solitary Bee Habitat.
In early spring, place it in a location that's near flowers (their food source), mud (their building materials), and just the right amount of sunlight (nice and warm, but not too warm).
Before you know it, the holes throughout the habitat will be filled with all sorts of solitary bees rearing a new generation!
Bee nicer to your neighbors with the Solitary Bee Habitat.
Solitary Bee Habitat