What does a swarm of bees moving into a hive look like? How is all that frantic activity different from bees robbing an empty hive?
Honey bees are little marvels. Aerodynamics say they shouldn’t be able to fly, yet they do. They fly a lot and they do it amazingly well. These facts about the flight of honey bees will amaze you.
Bee keeping is fascinating, ecologically essential and produces pounds of deliciously healthy honey. Recent worldwide bee colony losses have worried experts who are calling on ordinary people to set up hives in their back gardens.
A new study on pesticides and their effects on bees' brains reveals the exact cause of the recent honeybee and wild bee catastrophic losses. Learn what you can do to help save bees in your community
Honey bees are amazing creatures. Some facts, and poems, about honey bee life (and death), their benefits to humans (pollination and honey), and hive and social organization.
This is a look at the life-cycle of the Violet Carpenter bee - Xylocopa Violacea known on the Spanish Costa Blanca as the Mijas bee, The article has many stunning macros of this huge and impressive looking black bee. There is also a must see video where you can see what the inside of a nest looks...
There are around 10 species of social bees in Australia. They live in colonies and have no stings. Of these few social bees there are just a couple that produce and store Honey that can be extracted.
So, you want to be a beekeeper. That is awesome, but let me give you some things to think about and give you a helping hand before you jump feet first and spend money that you don't need to.
Honey bees are social insects that pollinate about 1/3 of the food we eat. Colony collapse disorder is a serious problem that is the biggest threat to our food sources.
Come explore what a beekeeper does when spring is here. Learn how the beekeeper sets the foundation for a fruitful harvest and prepares the bees for the rest of the year.