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Introducing a new quarterly magazine dedicated to educating the public about pollinators. Learn what dangers they face and how we can help ..read more
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New beekeepers are often advised to go to their local beekeeping club to find a mentor, but little else is said about the subject which ..read more
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If you’re in North America, you might not have heard of stingless bees because well, we don’t have them here. Stingless bees are found ..read more
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Swarm catching season is well underway and many of you have been enjoying the thrill of capturing your first swarms. Catching swarms is ..read more
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When I tell new beekeepers that it’s not necessary to find the queen bee every time they inspect their hives, their face usually takes on ..read more
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Since 2012 I have been playing a game called Queenspotting with my followers on social media. I post an image of a lot of bees and then ..read more
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Many beekeepers are intimidated by foundationless beekeeping. They aren’t sure their bees have enough time build out before winter ..read more
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Where I live, in Southern California, it’s common for wild bee swarms to move into unconventional spaces. They particularly favor owl ..read more
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As part of my business, I often visit classrooms and youth groups to present on bees. Over the years I have developed various strategies ..read more
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Depending on where you live, ants can be a huge problem for your bees. Some beekeepers have mild ant problems and can get away with dusting ..read more

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