This September 2015 video from the USA says about itself: Tell Bayer: Stop Killing Our Bees America’s bees are dying at some of the highest rates ever, struggling to survive a deluge of next-generation pesticides called “neonics” unleashed by multinational chemical giants like Monsanto, Syngenta and Bayer — the world’s largest manufacturer of these bee-killing […]

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Apis mellifera Two closely related subspecies of Honey Bee are commonly found in South Africa, the Cape Honey Bee from the Western Cape being more aggressive than the African Honey Bee that occurs from the Karoo northwards to Ethiopia and Sudan (distribution map). They were also imported to Brazil from whence they spread all over […]

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The Guardian has two articles on how the reducing mowing of verges is helping rare wildflowers and declining bee populations to recover. Projects to reduce grass cutting and increase the diversity of plants and wildlife along Britain’s roads are having dramatic results Read more at On the verge: a quiet roadside revolution is boosting wildflowers […]

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People for Bees The Irish wildlife trust are running a People for Bees project across the country once more in 2019. With People for Bees we deliver accessible talks on bees, their identification and how to create bee friendly habitats. This training includes practical outdoor sessions where participants practice field skills like bee identification, bumblebee […]

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A report from Reuters. The quakes have shifted the position of many hives, confused returning bees and caused destruction inside the wooden boxes, one expert said. Puerto Rican bees are abandoning hives as weeks of earthquakes disrupt colonies, experts said, raising concerns that a subspecies seen as a possible solution to the global bee crisis could […]

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