"Wild Bees and their Floral Relations in the Southern Okanagan." talk and walk
For 20 years Lincoln Best has been documenting the southern Okanagan’s bee biodiversity, which is known to host about 450 species, many unique to this region. Join Linc Sunday May 15, 11 am to noon for a talk and walk around our native plant garden and learn about bee biodiversity, floral specialists in our region and several new species of bees discovered in the Okanagan over the last 10 years. Registration not required. This event is included with admission to the Osoyoos Desert Centre. Presented on behalf of the Native Bee Society of British Columbia and the Master Melittologist program. Read more about Lincoln here.