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Bees for Development Jul 16
Proof that even a tiny area is good for wildlife - Country diary: one small step, but one giant leap for insect-kind
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Bees for Development Jul 15
Last few places remaining for our Bee Safari to Trinidad and Tobago! Escape those winter blues and discover the riches of the Caribbean on our 11-day Bee Safari 3 - 13 February 2020 via
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Explore Ghana📍️️️🇬🇭 Jul 13
RT : RT : Our training workshop on making local style beehive ended today. We made fixed-comb beehives from different locally available materials.
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Bees for Development Ghana (#BfDGhana) Jul 14
ADC: Why are you into beekeeping? MBs: ...👇
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Bees for Development Ghana (#BfDGhana) Jul 14
One of our harvested three of this galon from their apiary this year.
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Bees for Development Jul 14
Honey bees don't need much but they do need  for all they do - for us, and as part of our wild fauna in the UK and many parts of the world. Let's hear it: R-e-s-p-e-c-t!   
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Bees for Development Jul 13
👎👎👎Trump administration to approve pesticide that may harm bees
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Bees for Development Ghana (#BfDGhana) Jul 12
Our training workshop on making local style beehive ended today. We made fixed-comb beehives from different locally available materials.
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Bees for Development Jul 12
Who needs bees? All of us! Bees don't just provide honey. This picture shows a cashew crop being sorted. Cashews depend on to go from flower to fruit, and yields are increased by keeping honey bees nearby.
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Bees for Development Jul 11
We're restoring of an upland area in Ethiopia to bring back the benefits of natural resources to people, bees and nature here.
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Bees for Development Jul 11
Duchess of Cornwall supports Bees for Development fundraiser
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Bees for Development Ghana (#BfDGhana) Jul 10
Replying to @BeesForDev
Spreading the culture of beekeeping by using local style fixed comb hive
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Bees for Development Jul 10
We've had lots of satisfied customers (people and bees!) with the this summer. People like Linda, from Rutland, who has honey bee residents just weeks after putting a in place.
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Bees for Development Jul 10
Bus stops in Holland planted up as gift to pollinators
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Bees for Development Ghana (#BfDGhana) Jul 10
Day two of our workshop on making local style bee hive. Our Master Beekeepers are all busy working this morning. Training made possible by our mother organization
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Bees for Development Jul 10
Replying to @BfDGhana
Great to see - we'd love to see some of the finished articles!
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Oxford University Jul 6
With 20,000 species of bees in the world, it’s hard to keep track of them – but with the help of the public, researchers at Oxford’s are doing just that 🐝
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Bees for Development Jul 10
Roadside wildflower meadows are springing up across the UK – and they're helping wildlife in a big way via
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Bees for Development Jul 9
Replying to @byakorabenard2
We work with the organisation Tunado in Uganda, visit their website to find out more about the work they do
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Bees for Development Jul 9
Honey bees only need a basic shelter like space in a tree trunk or a simple home made for their . Watch a beautiful hive being woven by Ugandan Nelson Friday
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