Ujubee

The small team of Ujubee researches the Cape honeybee (Apis mellifera capensis) and all other wild bee species in primarily pristine wilderness areas. The team establishes baseline data, the relationship of wild bees to other fauna and flora, as well as documenting wild bee behaviour and their contribution to the health of biodiversity. Understanding the threats facing pollinators in their ecosystems allows for a greater knowledge of how one can protect and preserve all wild bees.

Country

South Africa

Region

Cape Point Nature Reserve

Website

Start Date

2014

Project Owner

Jenny Cullinan, Karin Sternberg, Dr Geoff Tribe

Naturally Occupied Nests

Created  Hives

Ecosystem

Wild/Natural

Project Type

Researches the Cape honeybee and all other wild bee species.


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