The WiBee E-Newsletter is sent periodically to keep you updated on the project and share data and insights on wild bees and pollination in Wisconsin. When you take the bee ID quiz in the app, your name is added to the newsletter list, but you have the option to unsubscribe.
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It’s May and the bees are out! Plus app fixes, initiatives, and upcoming events. IMPORTANT: A new version of the WiBee app (1.28) is NOW AVAILABLE. Please visit the App Store or Google Play to …May 18, 2023
Welcome to the 2023 season of WiBee! Welcome! Thank you for being a part of our community. Your surveys provide valuable information to help us better understand pollinator activity across Wisconsin. We’d also like to send …April 17, 2023
Cucurbits are still blooming, and late season flowers as blooming soon too!September 6, 2022
Cucurbits are still blooming, and late season flowers as blooming soon too!August 8, 2022
Squash, cucumbers, melons and other cucurbits are now flowering (or will be soon!).August 8, 2022
We've decided to extend the tomato blitz one more week, and cranberry bloom is almost over!July 6, 2022
It's the last week of the Tomato Blitz! Lots of mid-season wildflowers will be blooming soon. Check out our first look this season at pollinator community composition!June 29, 2022
It's Pollinator Week! Get involved by going out and doing some surveys for week 2 of the WiBee Tomato Blitz.June 29, 2022
It's the first week of this year's tomato blitz! Lots of honey bees pollinating cranberries. Plus, resources for plant identification!June 29, 2022
Cranberry is blooming! As are lots of crops and wildflowers. Check out which Wisconsin crops depend the most on pollinators.June 29, 2022
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