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Introduction Brief Outlines about bees and what is involved in being a ‘beekeeper’
What is a honey bee? It isn’t a Bumble bee
and it isn’t a Hornet or a Wasp
This is a Honeybee
A Brief History of Beekeeping Pre-history Egyptians Greeks & Romans Middle Ages 19 th Century Beekeeping today
How does the honeybee live
What comes from a colony? Honey Beeswax Pollen Royal jelly Propolis
The Beekeeping Year AutumnWinter SpringSummer
Swarming Just out Too well established!
Why do they swarm? To create more colonies or Because of overcrowding or both
The Apiary Where and how Garden Farmland Allotments?
Hives National W B C
Hardware etc Smokers Hive tools
Hazards for you Stings Allergies Backache Heavy weights for the bees Disease Weather Predators The Beekeeper!
Rewards HoneySatisfaction and an enhanced understanding of the countryside and the natural world
This is just some of the slides in our presentation. It may assist your new army of National Trust Beekeepers.
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