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Royal Botanical Gardens Jun 12
Have you always been curious about ? Come learn with us! Our friends at help us run a series of workshops throughout the year. Next up: Summer Hive Check! Register:
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beescape Jun 15
Did you know that virgin (un-mated) queen honey bees look different from mated queens? Kate Anton took photos of a single queen both A) before mating and B) after mating. Look how much the abdomen grows after fertilization!
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Cliffster Jun 15
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essex-honey 18m
Found this today in my garden
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The Norfolk Honey Co 46m
Amazing the regional variation in available forage. Our honeybees are doing fine and don't need feeding. If you're a beginner beekeeper and worried about feeding, seek local advice or you might fill your supers with sugar syrup!
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Dr Marie Lavelle Jun 15
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Matthew Félix 1h
ALL THE BUZZ ON BEES! 🐝 Great chat with urban beekeeper Derek Garnier! We discussed all things bees and beekeeping! Video and podcast links: On FB, YouTube, and most major podcast platforms. 🎙
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The Beekeeper 23h
I know we all adore raising honey bees...
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R & L Honey Farms 4h
I came across this today and just had to share. Such an important statement!
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Lynda_The_Mundane Jun 17
Apiarist calls for chemical Fipronil to be banned millions of die in Southern NSW via
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Beekeeper Tips 13h
Perfection in is found in simplicity and the elimination of everything not absolutely essential.
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Jenny Bailey Jun 15
We have sold honey already.
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Bear Cool Honey Company 2h
hive inspection yesterday & all is well & thriving in the magical world of the honeybee 🐝 look at these stunning Drones 🐝❤️🐝❤️
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Beekeeper Tips 16h
has the appeal to the scientist, the nature lover, and even the philosopher.
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Phillip Jun 16
One method I use to prevent swarming: I place an empty frame (completely empty space) on the edge of the brood nest. The bees make comb instead of swarm cells.
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B is for Beekeeper 23h
Virginia residents can get free beehives
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B is for Beekeeper Jun 18
Cyclone Fani dealt a big blow to honeybees in coastal Odisha - The Hindu
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Introverted Atheist and now Beekeeper Jun 17
Strange thing happened to day. I was standing at one of my bee hives and was getting hard bee boops, and then nothing. They just ignored me. First time that happened to me.
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Hive Book Jun 18
Busy weekend cleaning frames and adding a new apiary foundation... Let's hope the sunshine holds!🙏
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Eyesonhives 14h
Bees often have multiple entrances to their hive! Here we can see forager bees efficiently coming in and out of the lower entrance, and baby bees orienting near the upper entrance, flying back and forth learning where they live!
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