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Natural Awakenings South Jersey

Online: Meeting Bee’s Needs

Nearly 3/4 of all plant species in temperate biomes and 94% in tropical areas are serviced by animal pollinators, a majority of which are bees. Bees are also the most important animal pollinators of agricultural crops. Dr. Kim Russell, pollinator ecologist and conservationist from Rutgers University, will discuss the natural history of wild bees including what aspects of their biology makes them such good pollinators, identify threats they currently face and discuss what we can do to ensure their conservation.

This webinar is being offered ONLINE through Zoom. Webinar ID and password will be sent out before the start of the class. If you did not receive the webinar information, please check your spam or junk folders.

Date & Time

August 18, 2020

2:00PM - 3:00PM

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