The Great Georgia Pollinator Census is a citizen science initiative where Georgians across the state count and record pollinators.On August 23rd and 24th citizens will be asked to count pollinators on a favorite pollinator plant for 15 minutes. We are looking for bumble bees, carpenter bees, small bees, honey bees, wasps, flies, butterflies, and other insects. Detailed training will be offered throughout the state and through the website in mid-2019. Counts will be easily uploaded to a website. This project is perfect for schools doing STEM work!
For more information, see the event website: Great Georgia Pollinator Census
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