Comments for Welcome To the Wonderful World Of Bees
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Tracy, 15 May 2019
Thanks Charlie for getting back in touch. Really did appreciate the help. I will be getting in touch with the bbka .
Jacob, 14 April 2019
In a new published article for sientifics, beekeeping can cause a problem for the biodiversity. They checked a nature reserve on Tenerife before and when and after imkers were invited to bring in bee colonies. It shows that honeybees can cause a decline in wild species that normally pollinate the flowers. When you have specific species of flowers/trees it appeared that there was less pollination. So keep in mind that if you live near a nature reserve your bees can cause a diversity problem. Away from that;,, if you live near a LARGE heatherfield or a lot of orchards, oil seed rape fields etc. etc. Work and enjoy away. BEES ARE FUN TO WORK WITH. but be careful, they can sting if you need to check them. Make slow movements, use smoke but not to much (it can cause damage to the bees if you use to much smoke/just a few puffs are enough)
Shamim, 2 March 2019
Is beehaus available in Australia?
Cherry, 6 December 2017
Pictures 5 and 9 would make lovely wall art!
Stephen, 30 May 2013
Lovely picture of a solitary bee(4th photo) As well as twenty or so hives here with honey bees, I've seen thirty species of solitary bee in my garden. But the solitary bees wouldn't like the hive much.
Simon, 18 May 2011
I bought my Beehaus at Christmas time and yesterday i populated it with some fine bees, i cant wait to see how the colonies develop. More importantly many of my beekeeper friends across the UK and wider afield are more interested to see how the hive gets on.