Category Archives: Exploring new places

Bee Course 2013- Douglas field work

Today we had three options of field sites to visit, Wilcox, Douglas and Animas. I chose Douglas because the instructor taking us there, raved about how fantastic this site was for collecting bees. It was pretty fun, but I think … Continue reading

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Bee course 2013 – And so it begins…

After almost 5 hours on a plane, 3 hours in a van, altitude change and time change, you start to feel a little … off. I’m currently in Portal, Arizona, and just finished my first day of classes in the … Continue reading

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Flying high

This trip to St-Croix was pretty incredible. Concerning my research project, we found a good number of new bees (some new records, and some maybe entirely new species), and this was just by surveying the center and SE of the … Continue reading

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Exploring St-Croix

Since I was only in St-Croix for 2 days, I didn’t get to see much…but I did have time to walk around the small, but beautiful campus.  This is a picture of the Research and Extension Center’s building. Inside, there … Continue reading

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