Masonry Bees in Apex Park

Masonry Bees in Apex Park

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Masonry Bees in Sand

Sedgemoor District Council is aware of a colony of masonry bees in the sandpit at Apex Park. The area will be cordoned off as a precaution. The advice is to leave them alone; they do not sting and are non-aggressive. Most are active a very short time. After about four-to-six weeks of activity, they disappear for another year.

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