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         Bees:     more books (100)
  1. The Royal Bee by Frances Park, Ginger Park, 2000-02
  2. Of Bees and Mist: A Novel by Erick Setiawan, 2010-07-06
  3. Bee-Bim Bop! by Linda Sue Park, 2008-11-10
  4. Fuzzy Bee and Friends (Cloth Books) by Roger Priddy, 2003-09-13
  5. National Geographic Bee Official Study Guide, 3rd edition by Stephen F. Cunha, 2008-01-08
  6. Queen Bee Moms & Kingpin Dads: Dealing with the Difficult Parents in Your Child's Life by Rosalind Wiseman, Elizabeth Rapoport, 2007-01-30
  7. Bee & Me by Elle J. Mcguinness, 2008-10-21
  8. Aunt Bee's Mayberry Cookbook by Ken Beck, Jim Clark, 2000-10-26
  9. Plan Bee: Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About the Hardest-Working Creatures on the Planet by Susan Brackney, 2009-04-28
  10. Storey's Guide to Keeping Honey Bees: Honey Production, Pollination, Health (Storey's Guide to Raising) by Richard E. Bonney, Malcolm T. Sanford, 2010-10-15
  11. A Book of Bees: And How to Keep Them by Sue Hubbell, 1998-04-13
  12. Queen Bee Moms & Kingpin Dads: Dealing with the Parents, Teachers, Coaches, and Counselors Who Can Make--or Break--Your Child's Future by Rosalind Wiseman, Elizabeth Rapoport, 2006-03-07
  13. Bee by Rose-Lynn Fisher, 2010-04-28
  14. Langstroth on the Hive and the Honey-Bee - A Bee Keeper's Manual by L. L. (Lorenzo Lorraine) Langstroth, 2010-07-06

21. Now, That Stings! Escapee Bees Swarm A.m. Commute -
Imagine driving down the highway amid the typical stream of cars and trucks to suddenly discover millions of bees swarming toward the morning commute.
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22. AlienBees: Illuminating The Galaxy With Professional Photographic Lighting Equip
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23. Orchard Mason Bees
The orchard mason bee is slightly smaller than a honey bee and a shiny dark blue in color.
Orchard Mason Bees
This page offers WWW links outside WSU as an option for finding further information. No endorsement of product or information is implied by including this link. The orchard mason bee ( Osmia lignaria ) is a gentle beneficial insect that has potential as a pollinator of apples, cherries, and other tree fruits. It is found throughout most of North America, particularly in wooded areas but often around homes in towns and cities. Homeowners sometimes become concerned when they see the bee entering cavities under shake siding or investigating nail holes or other cavities in wood during March through early June. These are not destructive insects, since they do not excavate holes in the wood, though they will clean out loose debris. No controls are recommended, since no damage is done. To prevent the bee from nesting, holes may be filled with caulking. The orchard mason bee is usually slightly smaller than a honey bee and a shiny dark blue in color. The actual size of the bee depends largely upon the size of the hole in which it grew. Males (Fig. 1) are smaller than females, have longer antennae and an additional tuft of light colored hairs on the face. Females (Fig. 2) have hairs on the underside of the abdomen, called the "scopa", adapted for carrying pollen. Fig. 1 Male orchard bee. Note the long antennae. (The red coloring is caused by

24. Honeybees
At we hope to provide general information about bees, Read a statement from Dr. Tanya Pankiw about Africanized honey bees.
Honey Bees
WWW HoneyBee
At we hope to provide general information about bees, answer frequently asked questions and solve common problems associated with honey bees, and serve beekeepers with regulatory resources, specific disease and parasite information, and current topics. Since the site is new, there's a lot of construction going on. We'll be adding new information, so check back frequently. Meanwhile, if there's any feature you'd like to see on the site, let us know Updated Colony Collapse Disorder Information Read a statement from Dr. Tanya Pankiw about Africanized honey bees.
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25. BEE PACKAGES, BEEKEEPING SUPPLIES, Queen Bees,NUCS, And Beekeeping Supplies.
Bee Packages, bees, Queen bees, NUCS, packaged bees, beekeeping supplies and honey.
Welcome to Mid Ohio Honey Company
Please click here for BEE PRICES.
Click here for our SALE Prices on equipment. Click here for out FREE on-line class.
We will not be conducting any Sunday Business and are open by appointment only.
Your purchase from Mid Ohio Honey Company is your willful adhrearance to all policies.
You can order or contact us via email at:
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Mid Ohio Honey Company
PO BOX 3312
Mansfield, OH 44904

26. Insecta Inspecta World - Killer Bees
Provides information about killer bees. Information includes colony life, differences between killer bees and honey bees, and the honey production rate of


Africanized, Sometimes Called "Killer Bees"
Click Here to See a Movie on the Killer Bee In the movie The Swarm, great clouds of angry bees attack entire cities and sting hundreds of people to death. This is pure fiction. It could never happen. But folklore like this has arisen within the last ten years regarding the Africanized sometimes called "Killer Bee". The ancestors of the Africanized bee live throughout Africa, south of the Sahara Desert. African bees were accidentally introduced into the wild in South and North America during 1956. Brazilian scientists were attempting to create a new hybrid bee in the hopes of creating improved honey production. The Africanized bee escaped and began to dominate honey bee. The new hybrid, called an Africanized Bee, took many years established colonies throughout South and Central America. The bee is aggressive, easily agitated, and generally a bee with a bad attitude. The first Africanized bee was found in the United States in October 1990, in a southern area of Texas. The Africanized bee is expected to spread across the southern part of the country, where the winters aren't so harsh. Some scientists and entomologists believe that the Africanized bees will be able to adapt to colder weather and roam as far north as Montana. If this projection is true, it could become a big problem for a number fo reasons in the United States.
    Class: Insecta
    Order: Hymenoptra "Membrane Winged" (Wasps, Ants)

27. Covera Web Hosting / FOUR BEES Free Media
Covera offers discounted web hosting, domain names, secure SSL certificates, email accounts, traffic and site management, and more. Also featuring fOUR bees
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28. BEES: Behavior • Ecology • Evolution • Systematics
The bees community celebrated Darwin s 199th Birthday a day early on February 11, 2008. Dr. Doug Gill hosted a tribute to Darwin followed by lunch and
University of Maryland BEES
An interdepartmental graduate program emphasizing fundamental and applied research in the areas of behavior, ecology, evolution, systematics and related disciplines
Organismal Biology Day was held on Monday, April 28. Dr. Jan Komdeur delivered the seminar followed by lunch for all and a graduate student research poster session. View photos here Application Deadline
Fall 2008 admissions is now complete. Fall 2009 application deadline is December 10, 2008. Training in Paleobiology
The BEES program and the Smithsonian Institution now offer joint training with fellowship opportunities for qualified candidates in the area of Paleobiolgy within the BEES training mission. Please see the faculty lists for participating faculty and their research interests. BEES Seminar Series
BEES seminars are held Mondays at noon in room 1103 of the Bioscience Research Building. Click here for the schedule.

29. Bees For Development
bees for Development aims to assist people living in poor and remote areas of the world, and to raise awareness about the value of beekeeping for poverty
Bees for Development Trust UK Charity No. 1078803 News
Latest Updates BfD Events World Events Search:
Bees are essential for life. Beekeeping is an effective way for poor people to strengthen their livelihoods and fight poverty. Bees for Development provides information to assist them. We are an information service working at the heart of an international network of people and organisations involved with apiculture in developing countries. Spanish website
Membership of Bees for Development Trust

Information on the ways in which you can become a Member and support our work BfD Training Day: Strengthening livelihoods through beekeeping
Details and outline programme for our next Training Day BfD Trust at the Hay Festival 2008
BfD Beekeepers' Safaris

More BfD Bytes
Bees for Development Journal
No 86 March 2008
In this issue
In praise of beeswax
Bee product diversification and value addition The role of women, and indigenous knowledge in Ethiopian beekeeping Increasing marketing opportunities in Ethiopia Trees Bees Use Zoom in on Liberia Notice Board News around the World Varroa in Nigeria Look and Learn Ahead Bookshelf Information service for developing countries Available on subscription Four issues a year Subscribe NOW!

30. Eating Bees
Eating bees Eight Tips To Save Your Marriage To A Gamer. March 18, 2008 at 309 pm (Uncategorized). Hell, I could do better typing one handed than this
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Google gets in the act. GoogleSpaceBook!

Wonder what this will do, if anything, to the walled gardens. they get moved to the back burner for a younger sex toy?) Look at internet news. You have the CNN, the BBC, and yet people read Matt Drudge on purpose. Just saying, sometimes people want to specialize. 7 Comments
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Gamers For A Cure, Part 2

31. General Discussion And Debate: Oh Dear Lord! BEEEES!
This is where the bees were coming from. A hole in the house behind my sister s We have bees in freefall! Did I mention he is severely allergic to bees?

32. Dept. Of Entomology: Stung: Reporting & Essays: The New Yorker
Where have all the bees gone? Some bees have evolved to feed on the nectar of a single type of flower; for example, Andrena florea, a small European bee
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Print ... Feeds No one knew whether colony-collapse disorder was caused by disease, mites, toxins, or cell phones, but some keepers had reportedly lost seventy per cent of their bees.
Bees Western Honeybee (Apis mellifera) Colony Collapse Disorder (C.C.D.) Pennsylvania ... Agriculture
Not long ago, I found myself sitting at the edge of a field with a bear and thirty or forty thousand very angry bees. The bear was there because of the bees. The bees were there because of me, and why I was there was a question I found myself unable to answer precisely. In a roundabout sort of way, the encounter had been set in motion several months earlier, in late February, when the

33. Beekeeping: The Beekeeper's Home Page
Information on beekeeping, honey bees, and honey production, with US and Canadian content.

34. Charitable Gift Giving | Donate A Love Basket From Heifer
Although most Heifer partners keep bees as a supplement to family income, Your gift provides a family with a package of bees, the box and hive,

35. Kids Konnect - Bees
How Do bees Make Honey? Introducation to Solitary bees Killer bees NOVA Tales From the Hive Of bees, Beekeepers, and Food Solitary bees
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36. AgNews -- Africanized Honey Bees: Home
Africanized Honey bees information from the Texas A M University Agriculture Program.
For information about honey bees, please see

37. Frisbee | Spinning Bees | Gary Auerbach | Toll Free 1-877-477-2555
A group that performs disc activities. Photos, articles, and information about the club included.
Where did you see Spinning Bees in action? . . . in Ontario, New York, Vermont, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Delaware, Maryland, Virginia, Ohio, Michigan, Florida, West Virginia, Washington, Connecticut, Georgia, Oklahoma, North Carolina, Rhode Island, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Maine, Puerto Rico and in Italy! We'd love to hear any frisbee stories, adventures, or new games and tricks. Keep on Spinning! Some Spinning Links. . . Ultimate Frisbee


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Gary Auerbach, 1995 World Frisbee Freestyle Champion,
is on a mission to educate teachers, parents, coaches, camp directors and all their children about the wonderful world of Frisbee. By teaching children of all ages and athletic abilities the basic skills, a few cool tricks, and ‘spirit-of-the-game,’ Spinning Bees encourages healthy, active living, creativity and fair play.
Gary also trains others in his unique "Auerbach System of Introducing Frisbee" or A.S.I.F. For information on being trained in A.S.I.F. contact Gary by email or phone.

38. Bees & BEE CONTROL - Expert Advice - First Aid
bees Bee Control Identify the Bee species - tips on safer and effective Bee Control.
Learn about venomous BEES and
the safer effective control methods
Bees are venomous - sometimes deadly
Bees are a common problem during summer, often when the commercial honey bee seeks to establish a new hive inside a wall cavity of a residential or commercial premises. A swarm of bees can be extremely aggressive and are known to attack a person in such large numbers as to cause death. Also they are known to carry a highly toxic venom which is injected directly into the victim's bloodstream, thereby inflicting a hideous swelling of the skin, particularly of children and people with a fair complexion. In some cases, death may arise to people who are allergic to the bee venom or who are bitten by the swarm of bees in large numbers.
Bee Control - Safety First
DO NOT attempt to eradicate swarming bees, unless you have the complete range of protective equipment and professional knowledge essential in the circumstances. RECOMMENDED Best Pest Control Practice: Due to the dangers surrounding the eradication of bees, it is recommended that a professional pest management firm be consulted when honey bees are encountered in a structure. Bees are beneficial insects and sometimes a bee swarm can be removed by a skilled bee keeper without having to rely on destroying the bees. A professional pest control service for bees can eradicate a swarming hive of bees, using the safer more effective synthetic pyrethroid insecticides. Additional work may be required to eliminate the honey and honey combs that may be present and attract other pests once the bees are removed or eliminated.

39. House Of Bees - Boing Boing
Apparently, honey is dripping from the living room walls and the bold bees have taken over a bedroom. From the San Gabriel Valley Tribune
House of bees
Posted by David Pescovitz , March 14, 2008 10:13 AM permalink For more than two decades, a family in San Marino, California has been sharing their home with a bee colony living in the walls. Now though, the situation has gotten rather intense and they called in a bee expert. Apparently, honey is dripping from the living room walls and the bold bees have taken over a bedroom. From the San Gabriel Valley Tribune: "The dining room smelled like honey. It felt like you were in a jar of honey," (Bee Specialist's Dustin) Mackey said...
Mackey said he encouraged the Stathatos' to remove the hive, which would require cutting down the walls. It's something the family is unprepared to do just yet, (homeowner Helen) Stathatos said. Link (via Fortean Times Favorite this! Share this reddit_url=''; reddit_title='House of bees'; digg_url = ''; digg_skin = 'compact'; digg_window = 'new'; boing_boing:

40. Bees And Pollination
An AgNIC website providing links to webbased information about honeybees, beekeeping and pollination.
Bees and Pollination
Selected web resources about honeybees, beekeeping, and pollination by bees.
Have a question? Search our FAQ A Queen Rearing Course is being offered on Thursday, June 26, 2008 at the OSU Extension Honey Bee Laboratory in Wooster, OH. Registration will begin at 8:30 to 9:00 a.m. with the program starting at 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. More Info Miscellaneous Contacts Subject Areas Electronic Publications Links from AgNIC to trade, firm, or corporation sites are for the information and convenience of users of AgNIC. Such use does not constitute an official endorsement or approval by institutions and organizations participating in the AgNIC Alliance of any product or service to the exclusion of others that may be suitable. This web site is maintained by The Ohio State University's Ohio Agricultural Research and Development Center in cooperation with AgNIC. Comments and suggestions may be directed to Connie Britton, Librarian, OARDC at

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