Search:

Type: Posts; User: southparkbees

Search: Search took 0.00 seconds.

  1. Replies
    0
    Views
    188

    Late swarm - now what?

    It seems as a first-year beekeeper I missed all the signs that my bees were intending to swarm -- and they apparently did so while I was out of town. I did a full, frame by frame, inspection of my...
  2. Replies
    11
    Views
    744

    Re: Hello from South Park, Colorado!

    thank you everyone for the warm welcome and well wishes!

    It seems like things are actually going well with the bees here in the tundra that is South Park. A month ago the bees had built out...
  3. Replies
    11
    Views
    744

    Re: Hello from South Park, Colorado!

    :) You have to be careful what you do when you live here -- I've got some neighbors that have been featured on an episode or two! (aliens killing cattle?) If a new episode comes out featuring...
  4. Replies
    23
    Views
    2,764

    My girls in-flight

    I've been practicing taking "action" shots of my girls. It's pretty tough to get one completely in focus without blurred wings, but it's fun and I think even the slightly blurry ones are pretty...
  5. Replies
    43
    Views
    6,797

    Re: Why does comb turn dark over time?

    Thank you for this thread! I am a first-year bee keeper and was a little dismayed today when I checked my hive and noticed discoloration on the recently vacated brood cells. I took a photo of the...
  6. Replies
    11
    Views
    744

    Hello from South Park, Colorado!

    This is my first attempt at raising honey bees and I have my fingers crossed that everything is going well so far. I'm not sure how well the bees will fare here - at an elevation of 9100 feet we...
Results 1 to 6 of 6