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The rise and fall of bees - The Economist

The Economist
A decade ago, stories of “colony collapse disorder” and crashing bee populations led to predictions of imminent ecological disaster. When the “beepocalypse” failed to materialise, humanity lost interest, but the insects' problems persist. Mr Hanson ...

Creighton biology professor researches colony collapse disorder in honey bees - KETV Omaha

KETV Omaha
The Creighton University biology professor is using the bees for research. She's trying to discover a cause for colony collapse disorder, which is a virus that sickens individual bees and causes them leave the hive so they don't infect the others ...

Biologists Find Twenty Seven New Bee Viruses -
A team of scientists has identified 27 new viruses that infect European honeybees (Apis mellifera) and other bee species. Galbraith et al identified 27 novel viruses in bees. Image credit: Joanna Jankowski. “Populations of bees around the world are ...

Beekeeping and Bees

Vienna - Austria

Do you wish to enjoy a great hobby and at the same time earn some money? Don't you wish to have such a hobby and to earn from it and at the same time "others", in this case bees, do the job for you? If you're interested in becoming a beekeeper we will try to give you some information about this exciting vocation! Even if you don't have any experience it is still possible to start, but you need something to begin with. For example, one of those things is a bee house which is called a hive, and also you need protective clothing and of course you need good and exact information and just after that you may go searching and buying your first colony of bees, a nucleus. Now it depends on your personal preferences whether you wish to go commercial immediately or you may wish to learn beekeeping easily on your own. In addition, to inform yourself about beekeeping you need comprehensive book which shows you all aspects and I think that "Beekeeping 101" has covered all the important key areas so even a beginner or a complete novice can get the information they need to get started and enjoy beekeeping!

Solitary Bees: An Addition to Honey Bees
United States

Articles on solitary bees in North America and how to raise and use them.

Organic Beekeeping Journal
United States

Information on improving and maintaining health of honeybee colonies through all-natural treatments, nutritional supplements, and specialized techniques.

Internet Apiculture and Beekeeping Archive, The
United States

Features articles from the Usenet newsgroup sci.agriculture.beekeeping, the logs from the listserv bee-l, FAQ files, and pointers to other beekeeping and apicultural resources.

Internet Apiculture and Beekeeping Archive
United States

Archive for the Usenet newsgroup science.agriculture.beekeeping, the listserv bee-l, the sci.agriculture.beekeeping FAQ, beekeeping, and apiculture information.

Apiservices - Virtual Beekeeping Gallery

Offers information about beekeeping, bees, and honey and related associations, companies, journals, events, institutes, laboratories, markets, and more.

Everything About Bees
United States

Information on honey, bumble, killer, leafcutting bees, and others.

Killer Bees
United States

Tips from About Phoenix for avoiding killer bees; what to do if you are stung.

Bumble Bees
United Kingdom

Lists of the species, with biogeographic and distribution information. From the Natural History Museum, UK.

Solitary Bees
United States

Information sheet from the University of Arizona. A single page describing the range of wild pollinating bees.

Bees and Wasps
United States

Covers bees, wasps, yellow jackets, and hornets. Includes information on species background and pesticide application.