Lynn A. Royce, Ph.D. did her doctoral research on tracheal mites of honey bees and has studied pollinators for over 30 years.
She is a passionate scientist who cares deeply about implementing research in practical applications to improve honey bee health.
In this episode, we talk about her organization Tree Hive Bees, and how you can perform “bee-lining” to trace wild bees back to their colonies in trees.
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“There’s a lot of things we don’t know about how bees perceive stuff and why they would look at one tree over another.” – Lynn Royce
- Where honey bees used to live in the wild
- How the honey bee would find a big enough cavity in a tree
- How a bee colony looks like when they don’t have a man-made bee hive
- How bee-lining works
- How to catch bees in order to trace them back to their wild home
- Why she started Tree Hive Bees
- What we can learn from the bees’ natural habitat
“Maybe we need to go back to the bee tree and see what we’ve changed that we might be able to get back to the bees that might help them.” – Lynn Royce