Bees in trees

Bees are responsible for the production of approximately one-third of the food we eat. Accordingly, their decline has received attention in the media as well as in conservation biology. While the honey bee (Apis mellifera) is the species most people are familiar with, there are over 400 bee species native to New England. The honey […]

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Student research highlight

Check out Providence College’s most recent Student Research Highlight to learn about what Environmental Biology major Alexa Pudlo has been working on in the lab! You can read more about Alexa’s work on Westerly Land Trust properties in her blog post from last summer. Video bonus: Keep an eye out for a bumble bee with […]

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Valentine’s Day publication!

Read my newest publication in Insectes Sociaux to learn how burning affects the ground-foraging ant community on a Pacific Northwest grassland prairie! Be sure to visit the supplement for focus-stacked photos of the most common ant species taken with help from my Providence College colleague James Waters, and Tufts University alum Max McCarthy! Full article […]

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