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#BeeFactFriday: There are 6 major categories of color that a bee can see:

Bee populations are on a dangerous decline, but a plan to stockpile reproductive fluids might offer the solution

This show, “Barnshow for the Bees,” is a fundraiser that directly supports

Inside a hive at the teaching apiary. Winter brings workers back to the hive to

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Cornell University researchers have recorded the first ever footage of varroa mites jumping onto honeybees from

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A drone bee's ...

One way to obtain yourself a healthy honeybee colony to put in your hive is to catch a swarm. While this might sound daunting, catching a swarm is doable.

With an American honeybee queen for a mother and a European honeybee drone for a father, this worker bee has a level of genetic diversity unseen in the U.S. ...

We ALL need to protect the bees or we ALL will be without food! Bees Carry Pollen In Bags On Their Legs & Can Carry Up To Their Own Body Weight

Two Carniolian bees A Guide to the Different Types of Honey Bees Different honey bee races have different pros and cons. Learn more about which may be best ...

Honey bee WSU ...

As winter bears down, thoughts of summer and flowers might seem far off, but now is the time to turn our attention to the plight of pollinators and make ...

Entomologist Steve Sheppard checks colony health in the WSU Teaching Apiary.

A new study finds that queen Honey bees share information about their mating status that could be vital to hive survival.

One in Three Honeybees Died Last Winter in the US

Fighting honeybee decline with instrumental insemination — Video

A better bee? Blue orchard bees show promise as pollinators

Researchers Create Honeybee Sperm Bank to Breed Colony of Superbees

The Struggle To Keep Our Bees. What Is Really Happening To Honeybee Hives?

New World Carniolan 2014 Breeder Queen

This is a good short story on why you may need to be prepared to help your new queen get accepted. Last week we knew our new Sue Cobey NWC Breeder (#4) ...

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7. All done and ready to be returned to the hive.

Queens For Pennies - An article about breeding queens to have strong bee breeds that survives

How to choose a bee breed for bee keeping. Maybe some day?

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... Photos: Local beekeepers and their hives ...

Calling all light warriors - the Bees need you! [Archive] - Page 7 - The Project Avalon Community Forum

The Bee's Reverie ≗ You can tell what year the Queen was born by the

A queen bee painted green.

More bees lost in summer than winter

Local novice beekeepers do their part to fight colony collapse

Save the Honey Bee - becoming a beekeeper is a little bit of a stretch for

1. Broken or cross comb removed from frame.

If you have been thinking of attending the annual conference, please go! It is a content rich experience and a unique opportunity to connect with beekeepers ...

What is the most common causes of winter kill?: The answer = moisture build · Raising BeesBee ...

Honeybee Genetics and Breeding Bees [Archive] - Beesource Beekeeping Forums

The effect of colony collapse.

Targeted research for bees in the USA

The strong, sweet smell of faba bean flowers attracts pollinators such as bees

Beginner to Beginner Queen Rearing

A queen bee is instrumentally inseminated. Washington State University research associate Susan Cobey and a

WSU researchers work to breed stronger honey bees

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Role Of Bees To Protect The Garden- Orchard Mason Bee

A honey bee feeds on - and pollinates - an almond blossom at a California orchard. Bees are essential to the almond industry.

A honeybee sucking up nectar from a dandelion at the farm

“Bee-friendly” plants sold in the UK are coated in harmful pesticides

Winter, Honeybees, Vandalism, vandalism

Honeybee Genetics and Breeding Bees [Archive] - Beesource Beekeeping Forums

As a doctoral student at WSU, Hopkins perfected a system of freezing and thawing bee semen ...

Bee Pests that put bees in danger

Calling all light warriors - the Bees need you! [Archive] - Page 7 - The Project Avalon Community Forum

... Photos: Local beekeepers and their hives ...

If you have been thinking of attending the annual conference, please go! It is a content rich experience and a unique opportunity to connect with beekeepers ...

Paul Anderson demonstrating for to apply oxalic acid using the dribble method.

Is the Western Honey Bee really the world's most important pollinator?

Dan Groenendale/Washington State University Washington alfalfa seed farmers in the Touchet, Wash.

Photo by Deb Caron (Also pictured with Dewey, Susie Wilcox and Bruce Koester, 2 of the participants)

Punctured cell cappings that indicate adult bees have detected a brood disease (note DWV infected

Research projects conducted through the Healthy Hives 2020 USA initiative are helping identify and develop solutions for improving honey bee colony health ...

A honey bee feeds on clover. Many varities of clover are valuable forage for honey bees – if they have access to it. Photo credit: Jimmy Smith / Creative ...

Bees collecting pollen

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Honeybee Genetics and Breeding Bees [Archive] - Beesource Beekeeping Forums

Where Do Bees Go In Winter?

Yellow-faced Bumble Bee (Drone)

Adult bees with deformed wings resulting from DWV.

Contrary to public perception, die-offs in honeybee colonies are an agricultural not a conservation issue, argue Cambridge researchers, who say that manged ...

Honeybees, Pollinator, Bee, Origin

Photo by Deb Caron

Native bee on watermelon flower

Are Worms Natural? The Global Worming Debate

THE BEES AND THE MANGANESE

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Calling all light warriors - the Bees need you! [Archive] - Page 7 - The Project Avalon Community Forum

Honey bee on camas flower.

... Photos: Local beekeepers and their hives

Calling all light warriors - the Bees need you! [Archive] - Page 5 - The Project Avalon Community Forum

Honeybees swarm on a comb in a beehive

The honey bee population in the U.S. has undergone three distinct genetic

Honeybee Genetics and Breeding Bees [Archive] - Beesource Beekeeping Forums

Visit to a bee colony in West Virginia

Beekeeper Dale Spoor holds up a panel drawn from one of his surviving hives. He and other island beekeepers lost large portions of their bees from a foreign ...

Bee health studies examine neonicotinoid risks

Why Are the Bees Dying? | It's Okay to Be Smart