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Your Dead Bees are in the Mail

Well, this is pretty sad. Canada Post killed some bees. Queen bees are in short supply in Canada. Because of our late springs and short seasons, most queen bees are imported from warmer climates – Hawaii, New Zealand, and Chile are prime sources. 321 more words


What's happening to my bees?

It was happening again. Hundreds of tiny dead bee bodies littered my shared courtyard once more.

I had been watching the blossoms from the overhanging gum slowly appear and open. 320 more words


Preparing Beeswax from the Hive (or the valiant effort anyway)

There wasn’t any honey to take because my bees died of starvation by all appearances.  But the seventeen frames of wax ought to come in handy for salves, lotions, and candles if I could get them melted down.  331 more words


Dead bees, famine and the end of days.


It has been said that if the bees ever go extinct live will only have four years to live.

If the bee disappeared off the surface of the globe then man would only have four years of life left. 326 more words

Last Days

(A Climax) Of Man's Free Will

Its being modified but, exactly who are the modifiers? Behind a computer? Are we beating dead bees with a stick here? Are we resisting perhaps, the inevitable? 99 more words


Honey Bee In Winter

Never Been So Happy To See Dead Bees

We have over a foot of snow on the ground and it is threatening to drop another 8 to 10 inches this weekend.   304 more words


Combining Hives – What NOT to do

Sunday, September 7, 2014

Mistakes are Good…sometimes?

“Mistakes are good,” says Michael Bush, author of the book “The Practical Beekeeper”. But when you’re the beekeeper mucking up royally, and the bees are suffering for your stupid mistakes, it feels horrible! 889 more words