The Day After Tomorrow:)
Type: Posts; User: TheMaineBee
The Day After Tomorrow:)
I just looked up the book and found it!:)
Befriending Bumblebees ( A practical guide for raising local Bumblebees) by Elaine Evans, Ian Burns, Marla Spivak
I'd love to participate in this one...
I was just looking up on Bombiculture..I never knew about it:o
I'd love to keep Bumblebees one day...:)
I was just having another one of my random thought attacks again-:eek:
I wish it was possible to keep Bumblebees :p
I could watch them pollinate flowers for hours. I love it! and it is so...
Another beekeeper from Maine, it's a pleasure to meet you.:)
Welcome to the forum and to the World of Beekeeping!
Haha. That's funny! :D
Embarrassingly enough, I'm terrified of hornets and wasps.:o
I've always been like this since a child.
Is anyone else like this or feels this way? I know, it's a bit ironic being a beekeeper afraid...
None of those are bumblebees.
I love bumblebees and know one when I see one:)
I'd definately say 13 is a Carpenter Bee as well.
I bought a ham for my parents, we are having a family dinner tomorrow and maybe hide eggs for my cousin.
Hope that everybody has a very Happy Easter and a wonderful weekend!:)
I was looking for any ant related questions in this section of the forum then found the other one after I posted this one:o
I'm sorry about that.
I just posted this question. I now think I also probably posted it in the wrong section.:s
The only way I've known so far is the cinnamon stick trick. But I haven't had the opportunity to try...
Someone in my Beekeeping Class mentioned to me that ants won't cross cinnamon sticks. Is this correct? Does anyone know for sure?
This is the only way I know so far of keeping the ants from entering...
I was just reading the History of Bees in this book, The Beekeeper's Handbook and it states that bees started out as predatory wasps 200 Million years ago.
I never realized this, that...
Lol. I'm a bird fanatic also.
I have a cockatiel named, Tulip. I used to babysit a cockatiel some years ago.
I've had two finches, an african grey and a parakeet.
I've always loved birds, my...
Okay. Thanks so much for your reply. That was very helpful! I really appreciate it.
I'm so very excited to begin yet a bit nervous being my first time.
We'll be getting the bees the first week...
I'll be Beekeeping for the very first time this Spring with my father and I'm being told different advice concerning different things.
I'm sure you know how that goes when you are just starting...
Good job, congratulations!:)
Hello and Welcome to the forum.
I'm from Maine as well.:)
Hope you have a beeautiful day!
Hello & Welcome:)
I'm new myself, just joined yesterday.
Have an excellent evening and enjoy your stay here.
I watched Changeling last night and loved it. It was very well done!
Oh, okay. Thanks! I was happy to find a Beekeeping forum and this one seems wonderful!:)
Has anyone had any actual experience with them?
I know that the media will basically prey on people's fears at times so I'm sure that Africanized Bees are overexaggerated in some ways.
Thank you very much!:)
I'm just starting Beekeeping this Spring and am so excited!
The hive arrives this week and the bees the first week of May.
Actually, my father and I are sharing a hive.
We (as a family: my Aunt...