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Category Archives: Bees
Greetings! Sadly, I have let this blog lapse the past couple years. But that doesn’t mean I have forsaken writing, or bees. Since I last posted here I have spent a semester abroad in Rehovot, Israel working on bee foraging … Continue reading
The turkey’s been stuffed. The first snow has hit the pavement. Ambitious merry folk in white-trimmed red-felt hats are already weighing down conifers in their living rooms with glass globes and tinsel. Yes, ’tis the season when one naturally begins … Continue reading
Last month I participated in Rocky Mountain National Park’s ‘BioBlitz’ Species Inventory. When I took German in high school, I learned that “Blitzkrieg” means “lightning war,” so that is what came to mind when my friend and fellow melittologist, David, … Continue reading
Last week I killed a bee family. I had been watching them for months. I broke into their home while the mother was out and removed her five little ones, one by one. I don’t feel great about it. But … Continue reading
Although this blog is decidedly not about honey bees, the media has so successfully publicized their plight in recent years that it is now difficult to enter into a discussion about bees without addressing the dreaded “Colony Collapse Disorder” (CCD). … Continue reading