Bees are fascinating creatures and you might be surprised to learn that some species actually burrow into the ground. This behavior is exhibited by ground-nesting bees, who dig tunnels in the soil to lay their eggs and store food. They're drawn to bare, sandy or loamy, well-drained soils where they can easily excavate. It's a natural part of their life cycle and not a sign of distress. So, next time you see bees in the ground, know they're just creating a safe space for their future offspring!