1 hr ago | The Countywide
Two persons and a police officer suffered bee stings just after 10 a.m. Wednesday when they were attacked in the 600 block of East Huntington Street.
5 hrs ago | Christian Science Monitor
A gentle octogenarian reflects on the ways he failed his dearest friend in Peggy Hesketh's elegantly crafted debut mystery, Telling the Bees .
9 hrs ago | MLive.com
A recent study by Michigan State University scientists showed that blueberry growers who plant wildflowers near their fields see an increase in their yields.
11 hrs ago | Russia Taday
The European Commission has adopted a two-year-long moratorium on the use of three necotinoid pesticides believed to be one of the reasons behind a 30 percent annual decrease in bee populations since 2007.
15 hrs ago | Seattle Times
The European Union has approved restrictions on three pesticides to better protect dwindling bee populations, to enter into force by December.
15 hrs ago | Fox News
The insecticides--clothianidin and imidacloprid, made mainly by German chemical giant Bayer AG , and thiamethoxam, made by Syngenta --will be restricted for use on crops and seeds that attract bees.
There's a buzzing problem in Pasco County. Neighbors are afraid and frustrated about a giant beehive in the 1600 block of Osprey Lane in Lutz.
Boreal toads are found at high elevations. The endangered species is at risk from a fungus as well as human populations and climate change.
With subject matter ranging from curiosity about the birds and the bees, a bit of self-discovery, fantasies about a certain 'hot teacher', boy-crushes and even a bare breast and backside, you might think I'm describing the latest episode of the increasingly sexed-up 'GLEE' or the next 'High School Musical'. Instead, those are just some of the ... (more)
Spring break for bees? Why, sure! Now that the days are getting warmer and nectar flow is at an all time high nation wide, honeybees are swarming .
Beekeeper Ian Farber's phone is ringing as swarming season heats up. The good news? The bees are usually harmless and swarms indicate good hive health.
In Oldcastle Theatre Company's latest production, honey bees are disappearing, and five people are working out exactly where they fit in the world.
I've been very concerned about the substantial loss of honeybees over the years.
While every person has a responsibility in ensuring the ongoing health of the world's busiest pollinators, no person should be placed at risk of bee stings when bees invade living zones, especially where allergic people are at risk.
Right now as we speak, your life, my life, and the life of the entire planet is in jeopardy.
With the members of the Fiji Beekeepers Association producing the majority of the country's honey, the Association's President, John Lewis, believes there is great potential for the industry to grow.
I admitted that the event weighed heavily on my mind. Though we did not dwell long on the events in Boston, the topic remained in the air, threading its subtext into several strands of our conversation.