What’s the deal with Honeybees?
There are around 100 million honeybeehives in the world right now. There are approximately 2 trillion honeybees buzzing around. The bee population has been decreasing at an alarming pace over the years. Here are some reasons to be concerned about the bee’s plight. Why are Honeybees and Honey s
How Fascinating is Bee’s World?
Beekeeping is a fascinating hobby that can also be a lucrative business. Beekeeping has its own rules and you should learn as much information as possible before you start to beekeeper. How would you like to see the same piece of information repeated over and again on this page and everywhere else?
What is happening to Bees?
Honey bees are suffering. This is a devastating situation for the Honey Bees as well as humanity. Honey bees are more vulnerable to pesticides, mites, and viruses. This is the main reason why Honey Bees are disappearing. The health of nations is at risk due to the decline in the Honey Bee and the fa
All about Honey
It’s a rewarding job to be a beekeeper, and it comes with great rewards. Imagine how delicious honey can be, and how you get pollination from nearby plants and flowers. As good as honey Honey is the ultimate prize for keeping a colony of bees. The honey is produced all year by bees. Keep your
Understanding the Honey Bee’s Life Cycle to be a successfull Beekeeper
A complete and thorough understanding of honeybee biology is essential for successful honey beekeeping. This includes understanding the life cycle of the honeybee. It could even be said that beekeeping is about understanding bee biology. The life cycle of the honeybee is fascinating. What is the Hon
What you don’t know about Bees
I am always amazed at the number of people who are fascinated by bees. When I meet people, they often ask me a lot of questions to find intelligent answers. How do bees make honey? Why do bees just pack up and leave? Why are bees disappearing so quickly? Are bees really that dangerous? How […
Why are Drones actually important?
Natural beekeepers tend to think of honeybee colonies more in terms its intrinsic value to nature than its ability to produce honey for humans. However, conventional beekeepers as well as the general public are more likely to associate honeybees more with honey. Honeybee Evolution Since our associat
Who or What programmed Honeybee’s Construction instincts?
There are two types of intelligence. The first is the prepackaged, readymade type of intelligence we call instinct. This level appears to be the case for reptiles, fish, amphibians, amphibians, as well as insects. They do what they are programmed, and that is all they can do. Humans are at the other
What is happening with Bees?
After being a beekeeper for many years, I was fascinated to discover how our ancestors managed to attract and keep bees to their property. While most people would call the local pest control agency if they saw a bee colony or hive on their property, it was not the case in the past. A Historical [&he