ERAO PRESENTS ZOOM TALK
Expert Lydia Wong explores the impacts of warming and drying climates on wild pollinators
Ottawa is home to over 300 bee and wasp species! Some live underground, others collect wool to line their nests, and still others make their living off of sneaking into the nests of neighbours. Who are these fascinating six-legged fliers and what does a warming and drying climate mean for their populations?
Lydia Wong is a PhD candidate working with Dr. Jessica Forrest at the University of Ottawa. Her research explores the impacts of warming and drying climates on wild pollinators. She spends the summers studying this in the Colorado Rockies but can also be found nosing around the concrete jungles of big cities on the lookout for city-dwelling bees and wasps.
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