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The MiniBug Solitary Bee House is a natural habitat for non-agressive, pollinating solitary bees. A mini version of the larger Solitary Bee Hive (SBH1), it is constructed from solid FSC timber for durability. Be fascinated as the bees fill the tubes with their offspring and cover the ends of the tubes with mud ready to hatch out next Spring.
The MiniBug Solitary Bee House is supplied in a gift box and makes an ideal present for children or grown up wildlife enthusiasts and gardeners.
Siting: Site in a sheltered spot close to vegetation using back hanger, preferably in a location to catch the morning sun.
Features: An interactive and educational insect habitat to delight the young entymologist. Comes with free 16 page project book and magnifying glass. Collectable. There are 4 different insect habitats to collect in the minibug range.
Important Information: These products are for wild creatures and as such, you should not expect immediate habitation. We suggest you carefully read the supplied instructions for siting and provide this product in a suitable habitat for the target species. The product can then be re-visited 6 - 12 months later, or in the appropriate season, to see if it is being used.
If after 24 months the product has not been used, it may be worth choosing an alternative location to site it and/or look to see what improvements you can make to provide a suitable environment for your target species (flowers, woodpiles, rough areas of garden etc)
Because many species of creature are constantly seeking refuge and safe nesting sites, you may find that an unexpected species is using your product - this is part of nature and all species should be welcomed as part of your wildlife garden.