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ZomBeeWatch featured by Discover Magazine

2017-02-09

Congratulations to Ayla Fudala of the Planet Bee Foundation!  Her blog on ZomBee Watch and Planet Bee’s K-12 outreach program was published  on the the Discover Magazine Blog and the SciStarter Blog. Earlier this month, SciStarter and Discover Magazine also ... - more


ZomBees in the News!

2016-11-01

In the last few days, ZomBee Watch has received considerable media coverage.  Citizen scientist Claire Kimmel's discovery of the first infected honey bees in North Carolina received coverage by North Carolina and Florida TV stations and National Public Radio in ... - more


First Cases from Nova Scotia, ME & NC

2016-10-21

Citizen scientists have discovered the first cases of honey bees infected by the zombie fly Apocephalus borealis in Nova Scotia, Maine and western North Carolina.  The Nova Scotia records are the first from the eastern part of Canada.  The North ... - more


New Cases of Zombie Bees from Canada

2016-08-25

Two new cases of honey bees infected by the zombie fly Apocephalus borealis have been confirmed from Canada.  Both cases are from British Columbia.  ZomBee Watch participant Tyler Baldwin discusses the situation with his hives in an interview with Metro ... - more