Monthly Archives: March 2015

Bee pesticide study furore is called a ‘scandal’

  Do neonicotinoid pesticides kill bees? We still don’t know, but the latest research is alarming – and casts doubt on the integrity of science. One of the UK’s top bee researchers this week claimed that a study quoted two … Continue reading

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Best bee-havior: Micro-trackers glued onto bees to monitor travels

  A group of ecologists at Kew Gardens in London are testing a miniscule new tracker designed to monitor the behavior of bees. The trackers are made from off-the-shelf technology initially designed to track pallets in a warehouse, said the … Continue reading

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THE HONEY BEES REWARD.

THE HONEY BEES REWARD. Upon a summer early morn, The sun dazzling like gemstones through the trees, It’s warming glow follows the chill of dawn, I hear the forest whisper in the gentle breeze. When from the corner of my … Continue reading

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Viruses threaten wild bumblebees

  Several viruses associated with managed honeybees may pose a widespread risk to bumblebees in the wild, according to latest research. It identified five viruses from both wild bumblebees and managed honeybees at 26 sites across Great Britain. Previously research … Continue reading

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