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Greg Corman Creates Colorful Sculptures For Bees To Nest In

Scrap wood and found objects become nesting habitats for bees with Greg Corman‘s colorful and quirky wall-hanging sculptures. Corman drills tunnels into the wood where the bees occupy them as brood chambers for their babies. Corman designs an array of pieces using a variety of materials, but many of his designs are created as bee boxes (or bee condos) for solitary native bees. [...]
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