Winter Webinar Series: Exploring the Life of Iowa's Bumble Bees

Wednesday, December 8, 2021 - 7:00pm to 8:00pm
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Join us this winter for a variety of webinars that will expand your knowledge, introduce you to new topics, and allow you to connect with experts from across the field. The three subject areas for this year's series are pollinators, landscaping, and propagation. All events are free and open to the public, so invite a friend to learn more about these exciting topics with you. 

Want to attend in-person? Check with your county extension office to see if they are offering in-person sessions for these presentations. 

Attending virtually? Registration is required through Zoom and all sessions will be recorded. Registration is limited to 300 participants per session.

Iowa is home to roughly 400 native bee species, 14 of which are bumble bees. Bumble bees are critical to our agricultural and ecological systems. In this webinar you will learn about bumble bee biology, ecology, and identification, as well as how to support bumble bees and techniques for tracking bumble bee populations through community science platforms.

To register for the virtual session, please use zoom.