5 hours ago

Cardiff, Vale & Valleys Beekeepers Association

Friends of the Earth
🐝 The #GreatBritishBeeCount app goes live tomorrow!

Spotting bees with the app is a fun way to learn more about some of Britain's most precious pollinators.

Download from Thu 17 May and get counting #bees: https://goo.gl/h2mBuj
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3 days ago

Cardiff, Vale & Valleys Beekeepers Association

Today we had the Village Craft Fair and received over £400 for the Group thanks to Glenys and Mike from the raffle and plant sales. We are so grateful to them for the support they give to the Wildlife Group. We also gave away 26 trees and over 100 packets of wildflower seed with funding from Grow Wild. We shared our stand with Barbara from the Vale Beekeeping Group so this was a great opportunity to talk to people about wildflowers, bees and pollination. ... See MoreSee Less

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MEMBERS - please check your email. We sent out the GDPR message last week, without your express permission we can't contact you. Please use the email to record your preferences, please note that at the moment we only have an emailed newsletter. Because only 50% of the emails we send are opened we've also had to write to you all, the letter will be hitting your doormat this week. Hopefully you can ignore it as you'll have already replied to the email. ☺

If you haven't received an email please check your junk folder. If it's not there message the page with your email address (and real name if you use an alias on Facebook) so we can sort it.
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2 weeks ago

Welsh Beekeepers Association / Cymdeithas Gwenynwyr Cymru

Lighting the tender flame of bee love Learning from the Bees Conference

https://www.naturalbeekeepingtrust.org/conference

With Yossi Aud, Julie Armstrong Rinske Kreukniet & Adrian Iodice
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2 weeks ago

Welsh Beekeepers Association / Cymdeithas Gwenynwyr Cymru

Would you eat drone brood? I don't think I would. Ych a fi!The new issue 57(3) of the Journal of Apicultural Research is published today and will shortly be mailed to IBRA Members taking JAR and subscribers.

The issue contains 16 papers on a variety of topics. These include an article on drone brood for human consumption, an article about the dark European honey bee in Ireland, Africanized bees in the Dominican Republic, three articles about integrated varroa control and the latrest results from the COLOSS colony loss monitoring project.

All of the papers can be found here:
https://www.tandfonline.com/toc/tjar20/57/3?nav=tocList

You can join IBRA here to to gain access to all papers in Issue 57(3) and the entire back catalogue of the Journal of Apicultural Research to Issue 1 in 1962 and the entire back catalogue of Bee World to Issue 1 in 1919: http://www.ibrabee.org.uk/2013-05-01-02-30-7/2014-12-12-12-06-01

IBRA is a Registered Charity No 209222. You can make a donation to help our work here: http://www.ibrabee.org.uk/ibra-donations
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