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The Bee Works is proud to offer a small but growing line of  products for backyard gardeners, homeowners, students,  teachers, land managers and conservationists. 

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Books, Brochures & Other Publications

1) "The Forgotten Pollinators" 
  By Stephen Buchmann and Gary Paul Nabhan 
Illustrations & cover by Paul Mirocha Design Publisher: Island Press, Covelho, CA and Washington, D.C. ISBN: 1-55963-352-2 (cloth, 1996 first printing) 
ISBN: 1-55963-353-0 (pbbk, 1997 first printing) 
***Spanish and Japanese language edition coming soon! 
Awards: Winner of the 1997 Benjamin Franklin Award for 
Science and the Environment. 

1) The Forgotten Pollinators, 1997, paperback edition,  292 pages. 
$17.95 (plus shipping and handling) 

2) The Forgotten Pollinators, 1996, hardcover edition, 292 
pages.  $24.95 (plus shipping and handling) 

* these  books can be personally inscribed and signed by 
Stephen Buchmann if indicated when placing your order. 

Read- published book reviews of The Forgotten Pollinators 

Forgotten Pollinators Sample Chapter  (Adobe .pdf) 

If you don't have Adobe Acrobat Reader download it here 
2) "Gardening for Pollinators", 1998 
An illustrated poster and textual information on how to invite  hummingbirds, butterflies, bats, moths and other wild pollinators to your backyard or home garden. This beautifully illustrated poster (26.5 X 23.5 inches) was created by Vera Ming Wong (watercolor artist) and Nancy Serensky (graphic designer) as part of the Forgotten Pollinators Campaign at the Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum, Tucson, AZ. The text on the back side was written by Mrill Ingram, Stephen Buchmann and Gary Paul Nabhan. Special thanks to Mark Dimmitt, Jane Evans, Mark Sitter, Barbara Skye and Barbara Terkanian for their thoughtful assistance and to the W. Alton Jones Foundation. 

Each poster is $4.95 
3) "Bats of the World" pollinator Screen Saver 

 This screen saver (on floppy diskette) was created by TBW especially for Bat Conservation International in Austin, TX.  Bring breathtaking photographs by Merlin Tuttle of BCI to your desktop.The photographs are optimized to load quickly and still look sharp.The screen saver (comes in a clear plastic jewell case on a 3.5 inch floppy diskette along with an instruction sheet and free  technical support by phone or e-mail form Screen Savour, 
Tucson, AZ). 

Each diskette is $9.95. 
Please specify whether you want a DOS/Windows or Macintosh version of the screen saver program

3) Wooden Bee Houses with straw inserts (for Orchard Mason Bees, Osmia lignaria

 A) Small hobbyist or classroom garden model made from recylced pine lumber. This attrative unit is 6.5 X 4.5 X 3.5 inches and has twenty 3.5 inch deep holes (5/16th inch, 7-8mm diameter) drilled into the front. Each 20-hole mason bee domicile weighs 639 grams. 
B) Large bee house

B) Larger "bee rancher" bee condominum is larger (12.25 X 4.5 X 8.5 inches) with 50 holes containing cardboard straws and inner white paper straw liners. 

Coming Soon! 

Watch for further product announcements about our New 
Products in the coming months. 

TBW has created unique resin bee condos in the shape of burls and short log sections. They will accept the standard size straw inserts used for our wooden bee condos. 

TBW has also developed and is now field-testing  a "puddling pan" to attract diverse butterflies to your backyard or school pollinator garden. 

TO ORDER  TBW products please call, mail or e-mail us: 

The Bee Works 
1870 W. Prince Road, Suite 16, 
Tucson, Arizona

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