Tagged: Bees

Feel the Magical and Mysterious World of Bees

In search of authentic, green and responsible travel – in desire for the experiences which take our breath away, a unique form of tourism is being offered in Slovenia. Apitourism! This fresh, innovative and...

Photo of the bees

Do you like to take Photos of the Bees?

Do you like to take photos of the bees and follow with the camera when you are practicing beekeeping? Then you will like this post from Adventuresinbeeland blog. By Emily Scott: On Wednesday night I went to a...

Changing Roles in Bees life due to Brain Chemistry

Scientists have been linking an increasing range of behaviors and inclinations from monogamy to addiction to animals’, including humans’, underlying biology. To that growing list, they’re adding division of labor — at least in...

Dying bee Greenpeace

Top 11 Organizations and Initiatives Helping to Save Bees

Today we’re all wondering what’s wrong with the bees. We cannot imagine a World without pollinators who are responsible for more then 30 percent of the world’s food. With the decline of bee population, we got...

Renée Ricciardi: Bees in Italy

Last year in August, Renée Ricciardi went to Italy with one mission and passion for photography and bees. She spent three months living with and working with beekeepers in Italy. The photographs serve to show that a life...

Virus Jumps to Honey Bees

Pathogenic Plant Virus Jumps to Honey Bees

A viral pathogen that typically infects plants has been found in honey bees and could help explain their decline. Researchers working in the U.S. and Beijing, China report their findings in mBio, the online open-access...

What`s killing our bees – BBC report

What`s Killing Our Bees BBC Horizon 2013 – is the name of the great (59 minutes) video report from BBC reporter Bill Turnbull. He investigates varroa and neonicotinoids impacts on honey bees. Watch video below if Bill Turnbull...