Oakland Museum Exhibit – Bees: Tiny Insect, Big Impact

(Jan 31, 2015 – Sept 20, 2015) A new exhibition in the Gallery of California Natural Sciences examines the wildly diverse and intricate world of bees – one of the most important creatures to human agriculture and the natural environment. Explore the causes of bee population decline, learn about the significance of bees to California’s economy and ecosystems, and discover how simple but powerful actions can help bees survive in a changing world. The exhibit offers family-friendly, hands-on activities, and lots of opportunities to learn about honeybees and Bay Area beekeeping, the diversity of California native bee species, citizen science projects, and the similarities between bees and humans. To find out more, click here.