Honey Bee Watch Survey - Asia Edition
This survey has been developed by the Honey Bee Watch team to collect data on honey bees from citizens around the world. As a contributing participant, you'll help us to better understand the biological, behavioral, and environmental traits that support survivorship among untreated and free-living colonies. With more than 10 species of honey bees on six continents, Honey Bee Watch will eventually expand to include all of them.
Our aim is to increase scientific knowledge about these species, potentially leading to more sustainable beekeeping practices as well as educational programs and conservation initiatives to engage and inspire the wider public to act locally to protect threatened or endangered populations.
All information gathered hereby will be treated as confidential and in respect to privacy laws (see the Consent Form section later). This survey should take no longer than 2 minutes to complete.
Thank you for participating.
Do you know of untreated and/or free-living honey bee colonies surviving in your region?
By "untreated" we mean a colony that has not received any chemical treatment by a beekeeper (e.g., to control for Varroa destructor). By "free-living" we mean a colony of honey bees living in natural or human-made cavities with little to no human intervention.
Yes, I know of such colonies
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