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  1. Palmerize me in the Caribbean (work exchange only-no pay)

    2017 is happening. Tropical beekeeper wanted!
    Anyone interested in a work exchange (no pay) in the Caribbean? Position now open and available.
    We are looking for an individual to take over the...
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    Re: first 24 hours and bees are swarming

    The Dominican beekeeper arrived and took a look at what is going on.
    African fire ants have infiltrated the hive and for whatever reason (not known at this time) the bees do not eat or kill the...
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    Re: first 24 hours and bees are swarming

    Yes, I am waiting for the guy to come and help the situation out or at least explain to me what is going on. I have noticed several bees walking on the ground very slow and not flying.
    I can say...
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    first 24 hours and bees are swarming

    Yesterday I took the plunge and set up a bee hive from a local Dominican beekeeper.
    Everything seemed to be normal until this morning when I observed a lot of activity (compared to yesterday) and...
  5. Re: Cool to see the color and taste the flavors of each season of honey

    Wow, what a difference in color from different seasons. Great job!
    What color corresponds to what season?
    Gosh, I do miss fresh maple syrup though...
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    Re: Bee Happy in the Caribbean

    Thanks Bees In Miami.
    I feel welcomed to have access to anything bee related, much gratitude for this site.
    Yes, the Dominican Republic is very beautiful. We are on the North coast and enjoy the...
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    Re: Bee Happy in the Caribbean

    The hive I have here is open to inspection and all advice is gladly accepted.
    I wish nothing but the best for this new hive!
    Come volunteer and don't forget to bring your sunscreen!
  8. Re: Pesticide Residues Detected in Pollen Trapped from Honey Bees in Connecticut

    Even In a 3rd world country where poverty is rampant and locals cannot afford any type of chemical/ pesticide it exists. What is becoming of our world besides greed? What do we leave our children? An...
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    Bee Happy in the Caribbean

    Hola everybody. Greetings from the Dominican Republic!
    I must admit that I have caught bee fever and I now have my first bee hive!
    Just walking out into the gardens and pastures I hear the buzz and...
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