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Bee Walks, Bee Art, & Bee Events

It’s getting late in the summer, but there are still things to do when you’re buzzing around out and about!

Here are a few things you can do year-round:

The Salisbury Bee Trail
Location: Salisbury, UK
Description: Augmented reality bee walk through the city to discover 12 gorgeously illustrated and wonderfully informative bee signs that come to life with the app!

Pollinator art is always good to see:

The Art of Beeing
Location: New York, Detroit, Reno, Sacramento, San Francisco, LA, Phoenix, Austin, Nashville, Atlanta, Miami
Artist: Louis Masai Michel
Description: Already known for his bee murals in cities worldwide, this street artist goes on a mural painting tour of the US to highlight species at risk of extinction

Enlightened Bugs
Location: Sisters, Oregon
Artist: Elise Fog
Description: Vibrant bee portraits bring the incredibly varied world of bees to life in the Pollinator Room at Ken Scott’s Imagination Gallery (full disclosure: these are my photos)

And some upcoming annual events:

Oregon Honey Festival
Date: August 18th, 2018
Location: Ashland, Oregon

And some past annual events:

California Honey Festival
Date: May 5th, 2018
Location: Woodland, California

West Seattle Bee Festival
Date: May 19th, 2018
Location: Seattle, Washington

There are also Pollinator Weeks, during which many events are planned!

National Pollinator Week
Dates: June 18-24, 2018
Location: throughout US

National Insect Week
Dates: June, 2020 (every two years)
Location: throughout UK

There are also bee and pollinator gardens to see, I’ll be making a list of those to share as I hear about them!

Know of other bee walks, art exhibits, or events? Drop a comment below ☺️

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