Many species of wild bumblebees are in decline—and new research shows that diseases spread by domestic honeybees may be a major culprit.
University of Vermont bee researchers are buzzing after an anonymous $500,000 gift to support threatened pollinators.
A new study examining 100 years of bumble bee records reveals that almost half of Vermont’s species, which are vital pollinators, have either vanished or are in serious decline.
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