By: Brielle James
Photos provided by Jennifer Leavey
On the roof of the Georgia Institute of Technology’s Clough Undergraduate Learning Commons sit four waist-high stacks of white boxes. For about 200,000 Western honey bees (Apis mellifera), these boxes are considered home. Together, the boxes…
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Bee a Citizen Scientist! Join Zoo Atlanta and help count local pollinators as part of the second annual Great Georgia Pollinator Census (coordinated by the University of Georgia Extension).
Whether you are an entomology expert or a new-bee, this Citizen Science initiative is for any Georgia resident.…
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This month our lecture will cover the topic of beekeeping and will take place online using Zoom (for more information about Zoom, visit zoom.com). Anyone is welcome to attend.
Please make sure to register as you will be emailed the Zoom link to attend the online meeting the day of. We hope you can…
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