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Save the bzzzs

Adopt the most important land creature in the era of climate change!

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In the era of mass extinction, invite wild pollinators to Your space. 
We ship our bee houses and mason bee cocoons (a species of friendly and independent wild bees) in the whole EU!

We are living through a catastrophic and irreversible loss of insect biodiversity, pollinators in particular. 
beeazy enables every person to help to save nature, by creating a home for wild mason bees.
By adopting wild bees we become ecologically active, welcome nature to our environment and can get to know it better.

20k

of bee species live on Earth, of which only 8 are honey bees 🐝

95%

of flowering European plants are visited by bees 🌼

30%

this is how many wild flying insects remain in Europe compared to the 90s 💔

Let's save wild bees!

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An apartment for solitary bees. Order your beespot and give a home to the most important land creature in the era of climate change! Includes bees from beeazy.

Letter to the Pope

The Catholic Church is one of the largest private landowners globally. In our first open letter to prominent landowners, we are asking to change how grass is cut on Church land to improve biodiversity.

Little Forrest

Still curious?

We collected all the mason bee facts here, including it's life-cycle, dreams and dangers.

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Save the bzzzs

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Adopt a solitary bee with beeazy, and we will place it near a friendly meadow. Join the fight for wild pollinators! Recommended for those who do not have a place in their area to get a beespot.

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There are over 25 000 bee species. Sadly, their natural homes were destroyed by how we manage land. Join the Little Forest Initiative and sign a letter to the largest land owners, asking them to give nature a chance!

Little Forrest

beeshop

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An apartment for solitary bees. Order your beespot and give a home to the most important land creature in the era of climate change! Includes bees from beeazy.

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