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    Add Your 2013 Beekeeping Classes Here

    Hello All Beekeeping Instructors,

    I am compiling a list of all beekeeping courses in the United States and publishing on a webpage here -...
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    Add Your Beekeeping Class

    I'm compiling a list of beekeeping classes in the U.S. (separated by state, possibly even county) to form a resource on the web. If you have one or know of one and would like the course be listed,...
  3. Re: Bee Stinger Removal Instructions For Schools

    We have just completed a series of live removal videos. I will sort through them soon and see what I can find. Thanks!
  4. Re: Bee Stinger Removal Instructions For Schools

    It's really up to the homeowner to decide if they want to access the honeycomb from the inside and cut into the drywall or go through the roof. Sometimes its just more logical to go through the roof....
  5. Re: Bee Stinger Removal Instructions For Schools

    Thanks everybody for your opinions. We will take some of your suggestions into consideration for our revised graphic. We agree that removing the stinger immediately regardless of the method is...
  6. Re: Bee Stinger Removal Instructions For Schools

    The client requested the removal of the unoccupied honeycomb because she was having reoccuring problems of bees in the same area. We do offer live removal services and transport the colonies to an...
  7. Bee Stinger Removal Instructions For Schools

    Hey all,

    I have developed an instructional graphic that provides the proper steps to removing a bee stinger. I am going to share this with the local school districts in my area and city websites....
  8. Re: Africanized Honeybee Infographic - Stats & Facts

    Thank you for your comments. The map on our graphic has been recently updated to reflect the USDA's version.

    Here is the link to the revised graphic - Africanized Bee Infographic

    It is our...
  9. Re: Africanized Honeybee Infographic - Stats & Facts

    Great Viewpoints! Thanks for sharing!
  10. Re: Africanized Honeybee Infographic - Stats & Facts

    Of course there is a geographical barrier of where the AHB expansion will plateau but this shows the rate of which AHB have moved into the U.S. Again, If you want to see the data from the sources...
  11. Africanized Honeybee Infographic - Stats & Facts

    I want to share an infographic (a neat way to present information) about Africanized Honeybees with you all. The graphic includes information on AHB in the USA. Each fact is a link to the credible...
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    Re: Tupelo vs Wildflower

    Where are you selling the wildflower now?
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    Re: Any chance of getting bees anywhere?

    I have some honey bees I could give ya if you live in the Southern California area...
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    Re: Very, very new to this..

    Welcome...I've been on this forum for less than a year & have learned so much (I'm sure you & your daughter will too) A great resource! Everyone is willing to discuss and answer any questions I've...
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    Re: Carbonated Honey Soda Pop

    Tasty Recipe! Thank you. The carbonator helps out tremendously. Found one that was for sell from a restaurant that was closing.

    Keep the recipes coming...
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    Re: How to price bee removal

    I do cut outs and price them according to the location of the hive & the difficulty of accessing the hive. Usually a cut out of a wall, roof, etc. & a live removal of the bees will come out to...
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    Re: Removing bees from a house

    Generally, the bee removals I did in hot summer days, the bees were really aggressive. I always recommended smoking the hive but especially then. Remove the siding from the outside (if possible)...
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    Re: Interesting article on CCD

    Yeah I saw that after I posted. Not sure how to combine them but will look before I speak (type) next time.
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    Interesting article on CCD

    Thought I would share this article on some culprits to CCD....

    http://www.cbsnews.com/stories/2010/10/06/eveningnews/main6933663.shtml
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    Re: Hello from Irvine, California

    Welcome baodakao!

    Just a little south of you here in San Diego.

    You can learn plenty on beekeeping in this forum!
  21. Re: NUC or observation hive - overwintering indoors?

    denied on bringing an observation hive to an exhibit. They were afraid it would draw too much attention. Not happy...:( thought it would be good to let people know more about bees.
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    Re: swarmed twice?

    This might help:

    http://www.meckbees.org/Beginners/BeekeepingCalendarDetails/tabid/174/Default.aspx

    Had a similar situation the other day. Scout bees were under the roof eaves of the place I...
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    Re: Bees go to Light?

    No I haven't put a light near bees but now i know not to do that.
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    Re: Common or problem?

    Bee activity has dropped here significantly until two days ago when the weather got into the 100s. however,they weren't as active as they were during the summer. Now, there are a few drones flying to...
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    Re: New to the forum

    Awesome! Welcome Victor. In Texas did you ever make it to the "Killer Bee Capital of the World", Hidalgo, TX?
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