Capital Springs Bumble Bee Brigade Training
- 07/12/2019 9:00 am - 12:00 pm
Want to join a citizen science monitoring team? We need citizen science volunteers!
Learn more about DNR’s B3 program: Bumble Bee Brigade
ABOUT THE TEAM:
We are forming the Capital Springs Bumble Bee Brigade this year to learn more about the bumble bees that use Capital Springs habitats. Volunteers will identify, photo, and submit data about bumble bees. After the training session in July, we’ll develop a flexible team schedule for monitoring these important pollinators. To join the team, please sign up for the training below. If you can’t make this training session, please contact us. All our welcome to join our new citizen science team. Join the fun!
Location: Lussier Family Heritage Center, 3101 Lake Farm Rd., Madison WI 53711
When: July 12th, 9am-Noon
Instructor: Susan Carpenter, UW Arboretum
Sign Up: https://lussierheritagecenter.com/Event/Home/SignUp/507
Contact: Clare at email@example.com; Lael at firstname.lastname@example.org
The training session with UW Arboretum’s Susan Carpenter will help us learn about bumble bee biology, life cycle, habitat, how to find, identify, and take photos of these important native pollinators. We will also learn how to submit data to the DNR’s Wisconsin Aquatic and Terrestrial Resources Inventory website. All are welcome.
ContactClare at email@example.com; Lael at firstname.lastname@example.org
Categories: Parks, Training