Oslo is making the city better for bees

So you thought the bees were dying out? Not so fast. There are ways to save them. Oslo, capital of Norway, has built a “bee highway.” This bee-friendly route through the city offers flowery, green rest stops along the way. Here, bees can take a break and fill up on nectar. This network of “pollen station” may be one way to help the world’s most important pollinators.

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Oslo is making the city better for bees

So you thought the bees were dying out? Not so fast. There are ways to save them. Oslo, capital of Norway, has built a “bee highway.” This bee-friendly route through the city offers flowery, green rest stops along the way. Here, bees can take a break and fill up on nectar. This network of “pollen station” may be one way to help the world’s most important pollinators.

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