Sunday, 6 November 2011

Insect House

Insects will make use of any little nook or cranny to lay eggs in or to hibernate through the winter. We are encouraged to provide refuges for useful insects such as bees and ladybirds now that many modern buildings resemble hermetically sealed plastic boxes. I was delighted to find this fine example of an insect house in a churchyard in the centre of York recently. I do worry about where those bones came from though…………………..


  1. I've never heard of such a thing. I hope your insects like it.

  2. I see where you are coming from re the bones.. Bees have been having a hard time of late and we would be stuffed without them.


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