To view the program flyer, click HERE. Please complete the bottom of the form and return it to the Mahoning County Extension Office, 490 S Broad St. Canfield, OH 44406
Many naturalists know a honey bee when they see one, but how about the other 400+ species of bees that call Ohio home? This program will focus on some of the most common bees, including their fascinating biology and life histories. Why do bumblebees vibrate their wing muscles to the tone of a middle C? How uncommon are queens in the bee world? Why do leafcutting bees cut discs from leaves and petals? And how important are these native bees to pollination and biodiversity?
Speaker: Denise Ellsworth, Program Director - Pollinator Education
Interested in a more in-depth program about pollinators? Join us for our daytime program on May 19th, Gardening for Pollinators. To learn more and register click here: go.osu.edu/05-19pollinators