The following is a list of websites (in no particular order) which share similar interests to those of BeeSpotter, primarily helping conserve bee populations and learning more about our pollinating friends.
SciStarter (formerly Science for Citizens) aims to connect the millions of citizen scientists in the world with the thousands of potential projects offered by researchers, organizations, and companies.
The University of Illinois Pollinatarium is the first free-standing science center in the nation devoted to flowering plants and their pollinators!
PollinatorLIVE is geared to students in grades 4 to 8. Join them for live webcasts/broadcasts as well as a variety of other educational training activites!
Pollinators.info is designed to teach folks of all knowledge levels about pollination, pollinators, and things you can do to be part of the Pollinator Conservation Movement!
Be sure to check out their PDF 'Wallet Card' for identifying the bumble bees of the Cache valley!
Broodmapper is an interactive environment where you can learn to identify different stages of brood development and cell contents as you perform citizen science
A citizen-science project with the goal of learning more about the nesting preferences, diversity, and distribution of native solitary bees and wasps, to share the information gained and to provide a forum for those interested in participating in the science and art of native beekeeping (and wasp-keeping!)
The following projects are now, sadly, defunct: