The First Native Bee Sanctuary

The world’s first native bee sanctuary, located in Western Australia, aims to provide a safe and diverse habitat for native bee species, focusing on preserving and restoring the natural environment while promoting education and awareness about the importance of bees.

The sanctuary was established by a collaboration between a not-for-profit organization and an indigenous land management group and involves planting native flora that are suitable for bees and creating nesting sites to support their populations.

In addition to habitat conservation, the sanctuary also serves as an educational platform. It offers workshops and field trips to schools and the public, aiming to increase awareness about bees and their vital role as pollinators.

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