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A Swarm Landing on My Hive! But Is It Bees Swarming or Bees Robbing?

A Swarm Landing on My Hive! But Is It Bees Swarming or Bees Robbing?

Are you a beekeeper?  If you live in an area with Small Hive Beetles, develop a hive beetle treatment plan for your bee yard.  via @https://www.pinterest.com/carolinahoneyb

Small Hive Beetle Treatment Options

Are you a beekeeper? If you live in an area with Small Hive Beetles, develop a hive beetle treatment plan for your bee yard. via @https://www.pinterest.com/carolinahoneyb

Free tutorials on bee keeping | Great resources on bee keeping  | homesteading | homeschooling | living simply | farm to table | SoulyRested.com

Great resources on bee keeping

Free tutorials on bee keeping | Great resources on bee keeping | homesteading | homeschooling | living simply | farm to table | SoulyRested.com

Feeding bees sugar water helps new colonies get off to a good start.  Beekeepers who properly feed honey bee sugar water experience fewer colony loses. Carolina Honeybees Farm via @https://www.pinterest.com/carolinahoneyb

Feeding Honey Bees Sugar Water

Feeding bees sugar water helps new colonies get off to a good start. Beekeepers who properly feed honey bee sugar water experience fewer colony loses. Carolina Honeybees Farm via @https://www.pinterest.com/carolinahoneyb

A honey bee quiz for new beekeepers. Carolina Honeybees

How Bee-ish Are You

A honey bee quiz for new beekeepers. Carolina Honeybees

Wild bee swarms can be looking for a potential home for a variety of reasons. Hive damage is one reason, but a more common reason is that the original colony grew too big for the hive. In this case, the colony will make a new queen and split the colony in two.<BR /><BR />  The swarm will take off and find a temporary home often on the side of a barn, in a tree branch or other less convenient places like under a picnic table.

Wild bee swarms can be looking for a potential home for a variety of reasons. Hive damage is one reason, but a more common reason is that the original colony grew too big for the hive. In this case, the colony will make a new queen and split the colony in two.<BR /><BR /> The swarm will take off and find a temporary home often on the side of a barn, in a tree branch or other less convenient places like under a picnic table.

Want to know how to create a bee-friendly garden? If you want to attract more bees to help your garden grow, then here are a few tips you'll find useful.

How To Create A Bee-Friendly Garden

Want to know how to create a bee-friendly garden? If you want to attract more bees to help your garden grow, then here are a few tips you'll find useful.

Beekeeping: make your own protein pollen substitute to feed your bees in the winter

Beekeeping: make your own protein pollen substitute to feed your bees in the winter

When Bees Are Most Likely To Sting: Honeybee Colonies and Their Moods

How NOT to Get Stung Tending your Bee Hives and Honeybees

When Bees Are Most Likely To Sting: Honeybee Colonies and Their Moods

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