Bees: Tiny Insect, Big Impact
January 31-September 20, 2015; Wed-Thur 11-5, Fri 11-9, Sat-Sun 10-6
This new exhibition takes a look at the diverse and intricate world of one of the most important creatures to human agriculture and the natural environment. Discover real bee specimens under a microscope, crawl through a human-sized beehive, and try on a beekeeper suit. Get involved with citizen science organizations, check out bee hotels installed in the museum gardens, and take home guides on planting a bee-friendly garden and building bee hotels for your own garden. Explore the causes of bee population decline, learn about the significance of bees to our economy and ecosystems, and discover how simple but powerful actions can help bees to survive in a changing world.
Presented by Oakland Museum of California
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