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39 min ago | WZVN-TV Fort Myers
A Cape Coral neighborhood is buzzing over a sign warning them of Africanized bees.
4 hrs ago | Rochester Democrat and Chronicle
Bees: A love story Instead of "getting rid" of bees, a Pittsford woman helps save them Check out this story on DemocratandChronicle.com: http://on.rocne.ws/1n7Hu0R Sometimes they're cast as swarming Satans, malicious little insects that like nothing better than sinking their stingers in a little girl's foot.
8 hrs ago | New York Daily News
The home, which had not been occupied for years, was infested by bees and the driver died at the scene.
13 hrs ago | DurhamRegion.com
Major development projects such as the Site C dam in British Columbia's Peace River watershed could threaten up to $8.6 billion in ecological values, suggests a report commissioned by the David Suzuki Foundation.
Police said the incident happened at around 5:30 p.m. at a home on Post House Road in Harding Township.
Three years ago playwright Laline Paull began to notice bees in her garden in Sussex, southeast England.
Bumblebees can glean differences in pollen quality based on floral features like petal color and that informs their decision on where to land.
A TEAM of four from the Upper SE are getting ready to pile into their 1979 Statesman and hit the road for the SA Variety Bash next week.
Eric Stromgren demonstrates to visitors - standing safely behind glass - the art of beekeeping during the Honeybee Festival, held July 26 at the Honeybee Centre in Cloverdale.
Or at least that's what organizers hope as the Carnegie branch of the Vancouver Public Library launches a new hub to connect Downtown Eastside residents curious about beekeeping and gardening.
Bumble Bees Forest School are offering a fun way for children and young people to spend their summer holidays at their private nature reserve in Ickwell.
In the first broad-scale study of rivers throughout the Midwest, the USGS has found neonicotinoids, the suspected bee-killing pesticides, widespread in rivers and streams.
Twelve million bees and 1,500 trees keep Richard and Debbie Focht busy 365 days a year.
This year's event at New Park in Brockenhurst on July 29, 30 and 31 looks set to offer something for everyone.
We take so much of our food supply for granted. One example that comes to mind is honey.
Many of us, when we think about bees, probably think about their stings, how they pollinate flowers, and how bumblebees seem too fat to be able to fly.
What man breaks, man can fix a at least, that's what we like to think. Consider, for example, bees.
Updated: Thu Jul 31, 2014 07:25 pm
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