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'They were literally falling out of the trees,' says Rich Hatfield, who first documented the massive bee kill.
6 hrs ago | Click2Houston
Cindy Joyner was mowing between two sheds behind her home on Saturday when a bee stung her on her hand, and before she knew it, she was covered.
7 hrs ago | KEYC Television, Mankato, MN
FINALLY AT FIVE... THEY'VE BEEN NOTICING A BUZZ AROUND SOUTH CENTRAL KANSAS. SIGHTS LIKE THIS ARE POPPING UP ALL OVER THE AREA IN WICHITA.
11 hrs ago | Trend Hunter Magazine
As part of the Dewar's campaign for its newly released honey-infused drink, the company has produced 3D prints constructed by bees.
15 hrs ago | Newsday
A farm in Shropshire has imported bees from Italy after the wet winter and a slow start to spring saw their stocks dwindle.
19 hrs ago | Nake-id Knits
Being curious new beekeepers we found the prospect of a day's worth of bee education on the Western Slope irresistible , especially when followed by a five-course dinner with wine and mead pairings.
Such procreative preferences help honeybee colonies survive by bringing more genetic diversity into the mix, according to a new study by entomology researchers at North Carolina State University and other institutions.
A Miami Beach couple says they are devastated after a bee hive outside their home that they grew to love over two decades has been destroyed.
A Cape Coral woman attacked by bees over the weekend was greeted with another surprise in her front yard Monday morning.
The first known instance of the more aggressive bees - sometimes called "killer bees"- in Tennessee came last year.
She's hearing from 100 or more people a day who are frantically calling Little Giant Beekeepers for help in removing swarms of honeybees that are either scouting around for new homes or have taken up permanent residence.
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The decline in bee populations -or colony collapse disorder-has been all the buzz lately, which led Whole Foods Market to team up with the Xerces Society to show us what a world-or at least, produce section-without bees would look like.
Swarming around the outside of a crack no larger than the size of a flashlight, hundreds of bees could be seen swarming in the backyard of Lake Park home.
There's a lot of buzz at Washington State University over work to develop the first sperm bank for honeybees.
An Israeli scientist says that he has found the answer to a riddle that has plagued scientists for the past several years: Why are bees disappearing? The answer, according to Professor Ilan Sela of Hebrew University is because they are succumbing to a virus.