Pollinator Week

This was an email sent to me from “HIVE TRACKS”. Hive Tracks has an app that you can download to your phone for when you do hive inspections. It is quite detailed in the information you gather but there is a monthly fee. I just wanted to pass it along to you!



Happy #PollinatorWeek2020! This week (June 22-28) marks a time to celebrate pollinators and to spread the word about what you can do to protect them.

This Year's Events The Pollinator Partnership (www.pollinator.org) has created a schedule of this year's Pollinator Week events that will be happening across North America. Through the numerous virtual gatherings, webinars, and monument lightings, #PollinatorWeek2020 is geared to be the busiest and best one yet! View the full schedule here.

World Bee Count Show the world that #beescount - and all the other #pollinators too - by uploading your pollinator images to the Global Pollinator Map using the World Bee Count Android and iOS app. Taking a picture with an app is a simple yet powerful way to allow anyone with a smartphone to take part, interact, and get educated around pollinators and bees.

How're your bees? We hope that you are having a wonderful wintering season for those in the southern half of the world and that the season is off to a strong start for those in the northern half! Here in Western North Carolina, the Sourwood is starting to bloom, and the weather is turning warm and sunny! The next two weeks are prime time.

We extend a very big thank you to all of our subscribers in the community for using the software. To improve your Hive Tracks experience, our developers are busy building new stuff, so be on the lookout for great new Hive Tracks happenings in the coming months! Here's to a happy #PollinatorWeek! 🐝

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