The Pollinating Bee Nester

By Wildlife World

$24.95 $22.46
  • Orders must be placed by 12/13 for holiday delivery.
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Create a safe place for solitary bees to nest right in your backyard. The perforated lid protects the bee cells from predators once the tube is full. Easy to hang in a yard, nesting tubes can be removed and replaced as needed.

  • Materials: Insulated tin filled with cardboard nesting tubes
  • Features perforated predator lid
  • Replace lid on tube at the end of summer to protect the bee larvae within from predators
  • Bee tubes can be removed and replaced as needed
  • Easy to hang in a backyard, ideally in a sunny spot close to pollinating plants
  • Made in China
  • Dimensions: 6.3" x 3.5" x 3.5"
  • Weight: 0.6 lb.

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Pollinating Bee Nester


Well I purchased 2 of these thinking I'll give them to my daughters for Christmas. I'm not going to give them out. ..i'm kind of disappointed in the size, actual item itself n I qd hoping for instructions. Like where do u or how do u replace the tubes inside.
I will have to wait till summer when I put now my Nester outside.
PLEASE PLEASE read n reread the description. Measure the size which I always do. N one more thing, in the picture the tubes inside look like maybe something other than hard cardboard right? Well, it's not.
Be safe n Merry Christmas..
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About Wildlife World

Air Bee ‘n Bee

Put a hotel—or two—in your yard. Attract beneficial insects and animals into your local ecology with these beautifully designed habitat houses.

The folks at Wildlife World put a lot of thought and care into their designs, testing out everything from their bat boxes to butterfly habitats on a 35-acre farm in the UK. Each one is sustainably built, with timber that’s FSC certified and sourced from well-managed forests and other elements (like plastic or metal) that’s recycled.

Each little habitat doesn’t just look adorable, it also suits the needs of its guests while helping out your surroundings. Bees and butterflies pollinate, which helps keep your garden lush; while bats and frogs ward off pests.

Besides all those benefits, these critter homes are filled with learning opportunities, too. Scientific concepts like “pollination” and “the food chain” are way less abstract when you can see them come to life and point them out in nature . . . better yet, in your own yard.