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  1. Diseases and Pests
    We would like to assess how 2020 was for NON-migratory New York State beekeepers and their beehives. Information may help to determine trends in honeybee health and enable beekeepers to see these trends. This is year 6 of the Fall Survey. Please complete the survey as best as you can and write...
  2. Scientific Studies / CCD / Neonics
    My name is Sena McLaughlin and I am a Junior at Hudson Falls High School in New York. I am enrolled in the Science Research program which is a three year program through which each student selects an area of interest and studies it in-depth, eventually designing a unique research question and...
  3. Bee Forum
    Hi all, I'm proud to say that I've brought four, five over five medium nucs through the winter (knock on wood they make it through March, but they look strong and are actually bringing in some white pollen today.) I'm wondering when the right time is to move them into my eight frame equipment...
  4. Bee Forum
    Hi All, third year beekeeper here in the Hudson Valley of NY. Let me get this out of the way... I know that all beekeeping is local and that generalizations are very hard to make. So, now I'm going to ask for generalizations :) One of the toughest parts of beekeeping seems to be...
  5. Diseases and Pests
    Please use the general survey link: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/VL99NYN We would like to assess how 2016 was for NON-migratory New York State beekeepers and their beehives. Information may help to determine trends in honeybee health and enable beekeepers to see these trends. Please complete...
  6. Diseases and Pests
    NY Bee Wellness Newsletter with Spring Survey Results, Summer 2016 http://eepurl.com/b5eO4L includes: Fight the Mite! Check your mite levels 2 year Project for NYS Randy Oliver Workshop Aug 5-7 Spring 2016 Spring Survey results Queens and Nucs European Foulbrood NY...
  7. Nectar & Pollen Plants
    Hi - I'm based in Westchester County just north of NYC. What types of trees and shrubs typically produce a honey flow in this region? It's the start of June here so am wondering what is to come. Locust trees? Basswood?
  8. Welcome Forum
    One of my sons, who has several beehives in Brooklyn, NY, where he lives, has gotten me and my wife interested in beekeeping. So, we are now novice backyard beekeepers. We live in New York, about 40 miles north of Manhattan. As many new beekeepers do, we have been attempting to learn as much as...
  9. Where To Buy . . .
    Hello, I am looking to purchase 12 beehives (including bees) near Syracuse, NY in the next couple of weeks. Would you be able to recommend any local beekeepers that might be willing to part with a few hives going into the fall? Any help you can provide would be greatly appreciated. Thanks...
  10. Blogs, Podcasts, and Video Presentations
    NY Bee Wellness Newsletter Summer 2015 with SURVEY RESULTS http://eepurl.com/bo2wAr
  11. Bee Forum
    Mating Frequencies of Honey Bee Queens (Apis mellifera L.) in a Population of Feral Colonies in the Northeastern United States Across their introduced range in North America, populations of feral honey bee (Apis mellifera L.) colonies have supposedly declined in recent decades as a result of...
  12. Beekeeping Meetings and Classes
    The Southern Adirondack Beekeepers Association (SABA) announces its 2013 seminar at the Huxley Theater in the NY State Museum. Our speakers: Adam Finkelstein of VP Queen Bees in Maryland, Karen Rennich of the Bee Informed Partnership and Jon Zawislak of the University of Arkansas. Betterbee...
  13. Beekeeping Meetings and Classes
    Mark Johnson is working on setting up an exploratory meeting to develop an Otsego County, New York Beekeeper Club, has already spoken to a number of interested persons, and has asked me to post this notice on Beesource with his cellphone as contact, 607-282-0190 to assist in getting anyone...
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