Jun 23, 2015 2:46 PM
UNH 'Bee BioBlitz' event teaches about bees in White Mountain National Forest
The Associated Press
PINKHAM NOTCH (AP) — The University of New Hampshire is holding its first full-scale "Bee BioBlitz" for people to learn more bees in the White Mountain National Forest.
The goals of the event this coming weekend are to document the diversity of bee species in the forest, connect bee researchers and demonstrate bee surveys and research techniques.
The Joe Dodge Lodge in Pinkham Notch will be the home base for the Bee BioBlitz. Pinkham Notch is a mountain pass between the Presidential Range and the Wildcat Range, and two rivers drain into the notch, the Ellis and Peabody.