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Golden petals of sunshine
swaying in the breeze
reach to the sky
and invite sweet honeybees
and me,
to their afternoon dance
as they infuse the day with happiness… 36 more words


Stingless bees protest "we're working hard too!"

I will admit that my lovely little Australian native stingless bees (Tetragonula carbonaria) have been left to their own devices over the last few months while I’ve been busily setting up my honey bees. 86 more words


Friday hive news

As you can see from the video FB post, there’s a lot of traffic in and out of the hive–fall nectar flow.  That kind of traffic makes for a happy beekeeper!  201 more words


The Wild And Crazy Love Life Of Honeybees

In today’s lesson of Rogue Farms Beekeeping 101, we introduce you to the reproductive methods of the honeybee.

At the center of life in a honeybee colony is the queen. 647 more words

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Neonics are climbing up the food chain!

Global activist group ‘Sum Of Us‘ has released a startling report indicating the lethal impact of neonicotinoid pesticides on birds. The dangerous chemicals, known to cause an increase in the rate of honey bee deaths, were found to increase the death of birds in several parts of the world. 186 more words

Scientists find answers from nature

By observing nature, scientists find answers for many human problems and inventions…

A young Isaac Newton is believed to have understood the nature of gravity after an apple fell from a tree and hit him on the head, and Florence Nightingale reduced the spread of infection by discovering the power of fresh air and light in the healing process. 550 more words


Goldenrod Honey

The goldenrod meadows are buzzing, due in large part to foraging honeybees.

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