Spring Reusable Wood Trays for Mason Bees -8mm

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The perfect choice for annual mason bee raisers! Our wood trays are long-lasting, reusable, and easy to open for fall cocoon harvesting. Precision crafted of Pacific Northwest alder, our wood trays are a safe and natural nesting material for bees.

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  • Nesting holes are 8mm in diameter, the preferred size of mason bees.
  • 48-Hole Count Tray: 3.25” H x 5.5” W x 6” D | Fits Cabin, Chalet, and Townhouse Bee Houses.
  • 96-Hole Count Tray: 7" H x 5.75" W X 6" D | Fits Tower Houses
  • For DIY Bee Houses, ensure roof is a minimum of 3” longer than wood tray dimensions.


  • Wood material provides both insulation and moisture control to protect mason bee cocoons from extreme temperatures and mold caused by excess moisture.
  • Wood is a porous material, which captures and retains natural nesting scents and helps to attract next season's bees.
  • Reusable wood trays minimize year-to-year costs.
  • The front of the trays are lightly burned, creating a visual pattern that helps female mason bees locate their nests and removes splinters that can harm bee’s wings.
  • Side notches lock into neighboring trays, retain alignment, and help block pests from entering the nest from the side.
  • All wood trays come with removable cardboard backing and pest-blocker fabric to prevent pests and parasites from entering the nest from the back.
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