Bumble Bee Biodiversity, Ecology & Conservation_Free weekly webinars
All sessions are on Fridays from 1PM EASTERN to 2:30PM EASTERN from March 18th to April 22nd. Register here, (http://go.osu.edu/bumble)
March 18 - Bumble Bee Biology, Part 1 Jamie Strange: The Ohio State University
March 25 - Bumble Bee Biology, Part 2 Jamie Strange: The Ohio State University A Brief Overview of Federally Endangered Bumble Bees - Tamara Smith: U.S. Fish and Wildlife service
April 1 - Bumble Bee Identification (note dual offerings and later start for Western ID) Attend one or both sessions, Bumble Bees from Eastern or Western North America Times are EASTERN
1:00 – 2:30 Identification of Bumble Bees from Eastern North America Karen Goodell: The Ohio State University & 3:00 – 4:30 Identification of Bumble Bees from Western North America Lincoln Best: Oregon State University
April 8 - Bumble Bee Botany Randy Mitchell: The University of Akron
April 15 - Threats and Opportunities for Conservation Hollis Woodard: University of California, Riverside
April 22 - You Can Make a Difference for Bumble Bees: Programs to Document Bumble Bees in Yards, Parks, Gardens, and Natural Areas AND What Plants They Use Sam Droege: Native Bee Inventory and Monitoring Lab, USGS Jenan El-Hifnawi: USGS Bumble Bee Survey Coordinator
Sponsored by The Ohio State University Department of Entomology,
This series is funded in part by a USDA/NIFA Integrated Pest Management Pollinator Health grant.
Coordinated by Denise Ellsworth, OSU Department of Entomology,
All sessions will be recorded and posted on our course website and on YouTube.