We did it!
What a journey! Our goal with the World Bee Count was to engage people and grow awareness around pollinators worldwide. We wanted to build something that would allow us to collaborate during this challenging 2020. A few months later, together, we have counted more than 20,000 bees across 65 countries!
Thanks for making the World Bee Count 2020 such a fantastic success! We are overwhelmed by the great support we have received. Thank you!
Highlighted in blue, you can see all the countries that submitted images during the World Bee Count 2020.
The World Bee Count 2020 is now coming to an end, and we are proud to present a few highlights. Have a last look at our Global Pollinator Map launched on World Bee Day during the FAO World Bee Day Event on 20 May. You can find the recording here in case you missed it.
As the data collection period is wrapping up, we are looking forward to making the data available to researchers around the world. We are already excited to know about the results researchers and scientists can derive from this dataset to provide us all with information on the diversity and abundance of pollinators across so many places in the world.
Finally, we extend a big thank you to our supporters and partners.