Bee Hotel

Bee hotel: a nesting and hibernation aid for various species of insects (including wild bees), usually built with simple means

Can you hear it humming?

This is a bee hotel, which makes it easier for our little friends to hibernate and nest. It is built from untreated wood and filled with various materials such as perforated branches, bamboo poles, reed and fir branches, so that the bees feel really comfortable. Mostly wild bees use this shelter. Bee hotels are so important because it is becoming more and more difficult to find food and nesting facilities due to the increasing density of colonization in the cities. Therefore bees are dependent on our help. Bee hotels are not that difficult to build – maybe you would like to give it a try?