3/17 Zoom Meeting at 6 pm – David Jennings: Bumble Bees of Washington State

Great news!

We have a WBA meeting coming up, so mark your calendars!

Date: Wednesday, March 17th 

Time: 6pm-7:30pm

Where: Via Zoom – please register for this event by clicking here:  https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZ0qcuCqrzwtE9yw0DdWAGOKAIQglDomykwf

 

Bumble Bees of Washington State

Come join us for this very exciting and interesting presentation by David Jennings.  He will be presenting information on the bumble bees of our state.  He is knowledgeable on bumble bee biology, ecology and identification. For the past several summers he has traveled Washington photographing bumble bees as a citizen scientist collecting data for Xerces’ Bumble Bee Watch program. David used this past summer’s restriction on field work to share what he learned by constructing a website focused on our bumble bees.  A major focus of the website is “how to ID that bumble bee”.  It also contains information on gardening, conservation and other resources.

David has an academic background in wildlife ecology and conservation and is a former Fish and Wildlife Commissioner. He serves as vice president of the Washington Butterfly Association and on the Black Hills Audubon Society’s conservation committee.

Learn them, respect them, protect them!

Just a few things about zoom and the upcoming meeting:

1) Participants will be muted upon entering the meeting so please keep yourselves muted during the meeting unless you are talking just to keep outside noise levels down

2) Please register in advance for this meeting you can do this by clicking the link below or the same link at the top of the email:  https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZ0qcuCqrzwtE9yw0DdWAGOKAIQglDomykwf

After registering you will receive an email confirmation containing information about joining the meeting.

WBA hopes to see you all there!!!

Sincerely,

Mary

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