Pollen cells filled with eggs from laying worker bees.

April 8, 2013
by Anita Deeley
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Laying Workers In Package Bees?

Laying Workers in Package Bees? Yes, it happened. But it shouldn’t. Upon inspecting one of my newly installed packages last week to check for eggs,  I came across this lovely sight – not one, not two, but multiple eggs per … Continue reading

A Honeybee on a Dandelion.

February 16, 2013
by Anita Deeley
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Local Bee Lovers – Host A Hive In Your Own Backyard!!

Local Bee Lovers – Host A Hive In Your Own Backyard!! Curious about what it’s like to keep bees but lack the expertise, equipment or time?  Now you can host a honeybee hive for us instead. Hive hosting is easy … Continue reading

One cup of dead bees from Crocus

January 11, 2013
by Anita Deeley
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Death of a Hive: A Postmortem Analysis

Death of a Hive: A Postmortem Analysis It is with great sadness that I write this post and one of the reasons it has been a while since I have posted last. Of course this was also partly due to … Continue reading

November 1, 2012
by Anita Deeley
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Sugar Candy Board Assessment For Feeding Bees In Winter

Sugar Candy Board Assessment For Feeding Bees In Winter Buy a candy board frame here!!! I have been getting a lot of questions and compliments on the post I wrote last year about how to make a no cook candy … Continue reading