Friday, April 3, 2009

Bees nesting in North Carolina cemetery

Some solitary mining bees are making their homes in the Gaston, North Carolina, Memorial Park. But folks shouldn't fret; experts say the bees' nests -- holes in the ground -- actually aerate lawns. The bees are not aggressive. From the article:

Solitary, ground nesting bees play a vital role in ecological systems,
especially in pollination of crops and wild plants.

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