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TheHoneyBee | Honey Bees | Beehives Skip to content Honey Bees Published on June 1, 2012 Welcome to We hope to teach you all about bees and how they tick…er buzz. Check back often to see what we come up with. Honey bees are simply fascinating little buggers… ?? One can sit for hours watching honey bees work around their beehive, just doing their daily tasks. Honey Bees are very social insects. In fact, they can’t live alone. They live in a society where each individual has a job to do and each depends on the rest of the group to do his or her job. If a part of the group didn’t do their job, all would die. If the gatherers don’t bring home the pollen, the whole hive will starve. If the nurses don’t care for the babies, the hive will not produce new life and will die. If the queen doesn’t lay eggs, no more bees will be born. Each bee is an important part of the whole and as such, all ride on the same wave of success or failure. It is believed that bees have been kept by man for thousands of years, quite possibly since man has been on the Earth. Evidence of this has been found in various tombs, cave drawings, archaeological diggings, and even in the Bible itself. In fact, it is said that man-kind has been keeping bees for 8000 years! The sweet taste of honey has been irresistible to humans (and other creatures) since almost forever. Honey was used even more in the past, before refined sugar was available. A little honey can sweeten and change the flavor or taste of almost any food that we know. Honey is good, but there is another reason that bees are important to us. Bees are great pollinators. It is estimated that honey bees by themselves pollinate almost 1/3 of the vegetables, fruits, and nuts that we eat. Of course there are other insects, birds, etc. that do some pollinating work but bees are #1 at this job. Without them to do the pollinating, many of the fruits and nuts that we buy at the grocery store just wouldn’t be available to us in the great quantities that they currently are. This is another reason that honey bees are kept and cared for by people. There are many different varieties of honey bees and each has different good and bad characteristics. Beekeepers choose the varieties that will work the best for them in their area and for their conditions. Some areas of the country have what are known as killer bees or Africanized bees. These bees were imported from Africa to Brazil by researchers trying to cross them with the local bees in an effort to create a better honey bee. Africanized bees are great honey makers. The problem with them is that they are very aggressive and very protective of their hives. So far, they are only found along the southern edge of the US. The cooler climate as they move north isn’t survivable by them so far. One of the big challenges facing honey bees and beekeepers right now is a problem called Colony Collapse Disorder or CCD. Over the past few years, many bee colonies have just disappeared without a trace. Not even bee bodies left behind. This applies to wild hives and to domestic hives equally. Scientists and beekeepers are working together in an effort to figure out what is happening to these bees. The cause could be disease, pathogens, chemicals or some other something else as-of-yet unknown. What is sure is that it is a very important problem and much effort must be spent on figuring out and fixing the cause. In general though, beekeepers just keep an eye on the bees stepping in only when nature throws the bees a loop that they can’t overcome on their own. Please click your way through my website and enjoy the information. I will be adding tons of pictures, as I have time to shoot them. I am even considering a live webcam of a working beehive so check back often. Also, new articles will be added to the blog frequently. Come around often and watch the bees here at Click on pictures to supersize CategoriesCategories Select Category Beehives (6) Beekeeping (7) Honey Bee Behavior (11) Uncategorized (1) Bee Swarm in Progress Installing bees in a new hive Bee Swarm Video Recent Posts Your First Hive Winter in a Beehive Bee Swarm! Raising the Baby Honeybees The Queen of the Honeybees Copyright 2012 All rights reserved Affiliate Disclosure Terms and Conditions Privacy Policy Sitemap Whois

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