January 29, 2018 David Todd

Learn the life cycle of the honey bee and the physical adaptations needed to survive inside a hive. Visit the Bee Space to safely view bees at work and taste their sweet honey.

apiarist tends beehive at Kortright Centre

Students will examine the life cycles and the functions of the workers, drones and queen bee and learn about their specialized anatomy. They will also learn about their unique behaviour traits. Along the walk to the Bee Space, students will see honey bees and other native bees at work in the fields collecting pollen and nectar.

Half Day  |  Mid-May to September

Curriculum Connections:
• Science and Technology
• Life Systems – Grade 1: Characteristics and Needs of Living Things  |  Grade 2: Growth and Change in Animals, Grade 6: Biodiversity



TRAIL CLOSURE NOTICE: For the safety of our visitors, the boardwalk on the Lookout Trail (L2) is currently closed. The Lookout spot is still open and is accessible by trail sections (L5-L4-L3). There is no access to the lookout from L1.