Canadian Bees have a Very Important hb_macro_flowerJob

Bees native to Canada do not produce honey but they have a job of pollination.

88% of plants rely on pollinators, like flowers, fruit and vegetables!

They live in rural areas and cities.

Canadian bees are a wide range of colours, live in the ground, and are solitary[live alone].

So we DO NOT want them to become extinct. Here are some things you can do to help out the bee population:

• make your own pollinator-friendly garden, using different native flowering plants.

• don't use chemicals and harmful sprays

• build pollinator habitats, like butterfly gardens and bee blocks at home or with your class.

For more information visit:
www.davidsuzuki.org/conservation/pollinators




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