African Bee Glass Paperweight. Ever open a window or door and all your papers go flying? Paperweights have been around for generations and they still have an important job! This large glass cabochon paperweight is hand decorated, has a felted bottom, and is a perfect desk accessory for your home office or favorite student. 3” x 1.4” and decorated in the USA by Lucy Lu. Gift box included.
Since 1997, The Kasiisi Project has supported the conservation of Uganda’s Kibale National Park by supporting communities dedicated to protecting and stewarding their lands, waters and wildlife. With nearly half of Uganda’s population under age 15, young people have a significant role to play in preserving the country's natural resources, both now and in the future. Our program primarily targets the 8,000 children attending 16 forest-edge primary schools. By fostering a connection between education and conservation, we are informing and inspiring a new generation of Ugandan conservationists. Learn more about The Kasiisi Project at: https://www.kasiisiproject.org/
Thank you so much for shopping in behalf of The Kasiisi Project! 50% of your purchases helps us support and educate communities to protects Kibale's wildlife and habitats. Please remember to indicate 'The Kasiisi Project' as the beneficiary of your donation at check-out.
African honey bees look virtually identical to European honey bees except for a slight difference in size: African honey bees are about 10% smaller. Their differences are more noticeable in their behavior. An African honey bee colony, if threatened or disturbed, will send more guard bees to sting, will pursue for a longer distance and stay agitated for a longer period of time than European honey bees.