Did you know there are honey bee hives along the Stevens Creek corridor in McClellan Ranch Preserve?
On Saturday, May 11, Cupertino residents can learn about these pollinators from park rangers. Attendees will also be able to sample honey and build bee houses to help grow the native habitat for these insects critical to our ecosystem.
This event is part of Cupertino’s ‘Join a Ranger’ walk series.
According to the city’s website, the walks “are designed to educate and entertain park visitors.”
The discussion and activities, which will take place between 3:00 p.m. and 4:30 p.m. are free to attend.
For more details, visit the city’s information page here.