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Bees & Wasp

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Bees & Wasp Resources


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Live view of the Cherry Creek Pollinator Habitat. This livestream is limited to 20 visitors at one time. For more information about the Cherry Creek Habitat, visit The Buzz at Cherry Creek

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Honey Bees:

**Thank you, Jennifer L. for letting us know the links to the honey bee resources from UNL Entomology weren't working. We did some checking and the apiculture resources were removed from the department site recently. Department staff did make the trading cards available again for download. We were also excited to learn that they are filling a new position with an apiculture/pollinator focus. Look for more resources in the future!



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Grass-carrier Wasp - click here to watch on YouTube

The Grass-carrier wasp (above) has not been recorded in Nebraska since 1920 but has made a reappearance. Learn more about the wasp here. You can also watch the wasp on YouTube.


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University of Nebraska-Lincoln
in Lancaster County
Web site: lancaster.unl.edu
444 Cherrycreek Road, Suite A,
Lincoln, NE 68528
| 402-441-7180

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