When artist and former bee keeper Sarah Hatton first created Bee Works -- an art project arranging hundreds of honey bees in mathematical patterns -- it was to recover from the loss of her own beehives, and to raise awareness about global bee colony decline
A surprising weather vane in a place with a name associated with bees. Can anyone guess where? (Look at the far hill on the left for a clue -- you'll need to click on the left hand photo for the full picture.)
Honeybee larvae that have poor nutrition will have life-long impairments says new research. They die younger, they forage less well and they can't be bothered to dance and even if they do, their directions are rather wayward!
A new study by Heather Mattila, a leading honey bee ecologist and Assistant Professor of Biological Sciences at Wellesley College, published on April 8 in PLOS ONE, reveals that inadequate access to pollen during larval development has lifelong consequences for honey bees, leading not only to smaller ...
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