Posts About Beekeeping

I wish that I had the time to write a post every day about my beekeeping adventures. It is a fascinating experience and people are always asking me about the bees. There is so much to learn … so much to observe … so many interesting people with a fascinating range of ideas. I take copious notes at bee club meetings and classes that would probably be useful to somebody if I can can get them cleaned up. Unfortunately, writing is time-consuming and I have bees to manage. When I post about bees, they will appear on this page.

Mighty Mites and Waxing Poetic

This Bee Babble was started on June 4, 2020, updated on June 21, and probably needs a little more work.…

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Splitting Errs (Rhymes with Hairs)

This is the Bee Babble for May 22, 2020. I am a little embarrassed that it has been almost two…

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Stay Home and Learn Something

This is the Bee Babble for April 1, 2020. A couple of online learning opportunities for beekeepers, free, are available.…

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Bee Responsible – End of Life Planning

I do not want to write this particular Bee Babble. You probably don’t want to read it. As human beings,…

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Swarm Season is On!

Page Contents What Flowers Are You Seeing?What Are You Seeing Outside Your Hives?What Am I Seeing Inside My Hives?Give Your…

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Clean-Up on Aisle “Bee”

So this is my fourth “Bee Babble for My Mentees” article. The first three will appear at a later date.…

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It Must “Bee” Christmas

Gifts for beekeepers!

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2:1 Syrup to Fondant

Today (November 13, 2019) is going to be the coldest day of the year here in the DMV since the…

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Wax Moth At Work

Honey Mistaken for Meth?

A man was jailed for importing honey from Jamaica because customs thought that it was liquid meth.

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Playing with a Beekeeping Timeline

I am playing with creating a timeline of events of interest to beekeepers. Doing some background research on pests like…

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Waiting for Santa Bee

This image of a beehive with Christmas stockings is going viral among beekeepers and their friends. I decided to try…

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Lessons Learned With an Ulster Observation Hive (Part 1)

I volunteered to bring an observation hive to a pollinator panel that was held this past weekend (Oct. 7, 2018)…

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Beekeeper’s Conflict of Interest

The other day I was about to start weeding the yard when I realized that they were flowering. So far…

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