North down & Ards

Biodiversity Projects – Ards

The bees are back in town!

We are delighted to announce that the busy bees are back at North Down Museum. Did you know that the smallest farm animal plays the greatest role in food production?    Watch the Museum’s honeybees at work through the observation beehive window in our Viking longhouse and see if you can find the queen. A must see this summer! If you visit the museum you can also become a young explorer by … [Read More...]

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