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I'm a retired Engineer that has gone to the bugs. I'm called the bee wrangler by some.

Background Information

 I've been documenting the Mason bee’s life style for about 8 years.  It all started when I noticed what appeared to be a fly on a flower.  That fly turned out to be a Mason bee and thus I started compiling information and learning all I could.  When I discovered that this bee was a super pollinator and that she's a native American, I just had to share my findings.  My past experience as a mechanical design engineer greatly influenced by approach in creating a book with detailed information, but for a layman's library.  

I’ve created Mason bee-specific entertaining presentations for garden clubs, master gardener’s training sessions, schools, nurseries, environmental groups and related college classes.  I continue to work on various experiments of my own to either prove or disprove some of the information that is being published.  I maintain a nature diary, noting weather conditions and bee activity.   I keep a record of the trees, flowers and plants that are blooming during the “bee” season.  I try to make people aware of their own personal micro-climate and to pay particular attention to their fruit tree’s blooming cycle.


I’m am an enthusiastic gardener/naturalist with a desire to learn all I can about what’s happening in my immediate environment.   My encounter with the Mason bee left such an impression on me that I just had to share my findings with others.  I put together this guide to not only make people aware of this bee’s existence, but to give them the opportunity to provide a desirable habitat for this very important northwest native. 


Birth Place
Vancouver, WA USA
Additional Information

I'm scheduled to talk about Mason bees at the Backyard Bird shops in February and March 2010. Check my "schedule"

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