with Kerstin Bragenitz and Claudia Wasow-Kania
Did you know that a queen bee can lay more than 2000 eggs per day? But how long does a bee live? Why does it collect pollen and nectar and how does it make honey from them?
Each bee has a task that it diligently performs. Some bees are fatter than the many others. These are drones, that is, the male bees. They let themselves be served by the workers all day long. But what is their task? How many bees live in a hive anyway? We will discuss these and many other questions at our bee workshop.
Also the building of bee frames has to be learned. The workshop will be rounded off with a honey breakfast.
Meeting point: Museum Reinickendorf, Alt-Hermsdorf 35, 13467 Berlin
Booking: The number of participants is limited. Registration is required via firstname.lastname@example.org or (030) 90294 6460