Monthly Archives: April 2013

Snug as a bee in a block?

Citizen scientist and intrepid Bee Block maker, Ken, sent us this excellent photo today of his Bee Block, happily nestled into its very own snow cave. Guess his bees will be cozy next winter! Here’s a picture of one of … Continue reading

Aside | Posted on by | Leave a comment

The Bees’ Needs Presentation with Narration

For those of you that missed our evening presentation at the CU Museum, it’s now online! The sound quality is not so great, but we believe it should be listen-able. Virginia gives lots of great information about the bees and … Continue reading

Video | Posted on by | Tagged , , | Leave a comment

The Mystery of the Dead Bee in tunnel F1

Well, we have our first report of a tunnel being used, but it’s not quite what we expected. We got a message from one of our volunteers on April 6th that she had what was apparently a dead bee in her … Continue reading

Posted in Uncategorized | Leave a comment

Searching for the elusive Snow Bees

No  bees flying today! Hopefully next week we’ll start to see some action. But for now, hunker down and stay warm!

Posted in Uncategorized | Leave a comment

The Bees’ Needs featured in the Denver Post

The Bees’ Needs got some excellent publicity in the Denver Post’s April 7th edition. Read more about our project, our participants, and the field of citizen science: http://www.denverpost.com/news/ci_22971616/citizen-scientists-stretch-their-wings-and-research-dollars

Posted in Uncategorized | 1 Comment