Bee Identification & Curation How-To
During this first year of monitoring with the OBP, our goals are to train interested leaders for monitoring groups on specimen collection and curation, develop regional reference collections, and begin generating baseline data. As time progresses, and we have a greater knowledge base to rely on, our long-term goal will shift focus to developing a more rigorous monitoring design capable of detecting low-level population changes or trends throughout the state.
Photo Credit: Molly Alloy
Let us know you’re interested:
Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Preference will be given to those who are able to attend a workshop, participate with the group, and commit to following protocols. The Oregon Bee Project team will be in touch with next steps, which include starting curation, end of the season identification, and the development of the Oregon Bee Atlas.
Link to 131 MB PPT File: Bees of Oregon PowerPoint
By Oregon Bee Project coordinators, Sarah Kincaid, ODA & Andony Melathopoulos, OSU