Where Do the Bees Go In Winter?
While we are likely to see honey bees foraging all warm, sunny days throughout the fall, the native bee are wrapping up their season. Here is more information on what happens to bees during the winter time.
A squash bee (Peponapis pruinosa) inside a summer squash plant. Photo: Lisa Mason
Are Wasps Bugging You?
It is September and you can feel the hint of autumn weather in the air. Autumn brings many joys like cool mornings, leaves changing colors, and garden harvests. One aspect you may not appreciate: Those pesky yellow jackets. Read more here.
A western yellowjacket (Vespula pensylvanica) scavenging for food in the garden. Photo: Lisa Mason
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