Bee Diversity at a Pollinator Garden 4/13/19

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Metallic_Green_Bee_(Augochloropsis_sp.)_on_Coreopsis_(7173773106).jpg

Bee Diversity at a Pollinator Garden 4/13/19

50.00

Open your eyes to the wonderful world of pollinator observing, identification and photography as we visit a pollinator garden. Bee sure to bring a camera so you can practice taking photos.

Time: April 13, 2019, 2:00PM-4:00PM

Location: TBD

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Learn to identify and photograph many of California’s native pollinators on this walking field trip at a pollinator garden. This field trip will help open your eyes to the wonderful world of pollinator observing, identification and photography. Taking pictures of bees on flowers can be tricky! Learn a few techniques that have landed pictures worthy of National Geographic from bee photographers. Not sure if you are looking at a honey bee or a leafcutter bee? Look for the pollen baskets- honey bees store pollen on their legs while leafcutter bees store pollen under their abdomen. You’ll learn more about native pollinators and how to study them in the field. Family friendly event, all welcome.

Questions? Email jason@planetbee.org