Don’t Step On A Bee Day
Don’t Step On A Bee Day is an awareness day observed on July 10 of every year. Don’t Step On A Bee Day focuses on the importance of saving bees and their contribution to the environment. It is a day to value the bees and to appreciate nation’s beekeepers work. It is important to be observed because bees are the main source of pollination and honey production. Bees play a major role in the balance of eco-system by pollinating one-third of food what we eat. This day raises awareness about the falling bee pollution and various threats to the kind. Due to pollution, deforestation, climate change, and the use of chemical insecticides, bees have been tremendously affected and which in turn results in decreased food production, honey production, etc., So on this day spread the message and save those fuzzy friends from the human.
“That which is not good for the bee-hive cannot be good for the bees.” – Marcus Aurelius
History of Don’t Step On A Bee Day
The origination and the history of Don’t Step On A Bee Day remain anonymous. However, the reason for the creation is clear that the creator of the day wanted to teach people about the significance of bees and their role in balancing our ecosystem. Be more responsible with bees and never fear a sting and hurt them.
Other Celebrations on July 10
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How to celebrate Don’t Step On A Bee Day
Importance of the day lies in its celebration as it is vital to save bees population. From this day adopt few habits to protect bees by not stamping a bee, keeping them from fire, creating a garden with water and little hide-holes for bees and lot more. On this day spend some time in reading about the protection of bees, and spread your knowledge to others. Buy honey and other bee-related products, encouraging beekeepers with their business which will increase bee population. Avoid chemical pesticides in your garden, plant seed-balls, build a bee hotel, save a tired bee, and most importantly don’t step on a bee. Post pictures and share your Don’t Step On A Bee Day celebrations on social media by using the hashtag #DontStepOnABeeDay.