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Our swarm season has officially started :-) http://ow.ly/xo8Gv
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Finally, some one who gets it.

"We didn't want to just hose the bees off the side of the building because they are so vital to our world's ecosystem," Ball said. "They aren't hurting anybody, and we're willing to stay here with it and let them collect the bees." http://ow.ly/x3pO6
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Porr lives so close to the hives he can see them from the kitchen.
“It’s a quality of life issue; we can’t ever use the backyard,” he said. -
How long until NYC bans beekeeping again?
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Brian Porr has been calling authorities to complain about his neighbors’ bee-keeping hobby for three years and no one did anything. But on Wednesday the hives were hard to ignore as the bees swarmed, forcing the closure of an Astoria street for most of the day.
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Not specifically bee related, but yet another puzzle piece.
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A compelling new peer-reviewed report from two U.S. scientists argues that increased use of Monsanto’s glyphosate herbicide (trade name Roundup) could be the cause of the epidemic of symptoms labeled as “gluten intolerance.”
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Not good.... http://ow.ly/tPM5Y
According to a study published Wednesday (Feb. 19) in the journal Nature, the world's wild bumblebee populations are being decimated by deadly diseases transmitted by domesticated commercial honeybees. This is a particularly bad development because bumblebees provide substantial pollination of ...
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Half-easy chair, half-yellow jacket nest, this mesmerizing recliner was discovered by a bee removal company the town of Hobe Sound, Florida. How long could you sit atop the Throne of Wasps?
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Where do they come up with this stuff?

"using a wide-hosed clear-chambered "bee vacuum." The chamber is often clear in these specially designed devices because making sure you snagged the queen is vital for bee relocation." http://ow.ly/xl9jA
An estimated 18,000 bees have been just 'evicted' from their home on the Upper West Side of New York City, only to move into a swanky new hive on the roof of the Waldorf-Astoria hotel, local media reports.
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After that cleverly catchy headline, this video better be worth the watch, eh? Well, it is.For some reason, thousands of honey bees chose to swarm...
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A good read. Too many folks let their emotions get ahead of the scientific facts. We want an answer now at any cost. http://ow.ly/uTAam
News outlets throughout Canada are filled with stories about the imminent decline of honeybees and the calls by some beekeepers to ban the pesticides — called neonicotinoids — which they blame for their problems.
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Why do I have a bad feeling about this?
http://ow.ly/tUA06
Many plants rely on bumblebees and honeybees for pollination, but new evidence suggests populations are far from decimated. Image:
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For some reason I just like the way it sounds "pollinator proliferation"

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