Start Here to Learn More About Bees
Welcome to my website. I am thrilled to know that you want to learn more about bees – honey bees in particular. We are all well aware of the difficulties our pollinators have been facing in recent times. There are many ways you can get involved.
Getting Started in Beekeeping
If you are interested in becoming a beekeeper, you are in for an exciting adventure. Realistically, beekeeping is a lot of hard work and you will experience some snags along the way.
However, having your own beehive and managing the honey bee colony is a hobby like no other. My website has many resources to help you get started. I suggest you start with my Beginner Beekeeper Page.
Learn Fascinating Bee Facts & Trivia
Not interested in having a hive? Maybe it’s something you don’t want to do right now but you really like learning about bees? No problem – I gottcha covered.
The study of bees is very fascinating. If you have ever wondered things like: Do bees hibernate? Do bees sleep? Do bees have knees? and many others. Start with my All About Bees section.
Bee Friendly Gardening
Beekeepers are especially interested in gardening as it relates to honey bees. But, you don’t have to be a beekeeper to practice bee friendly gardening.
Choosing the best plants for pollinators, using weed killers and other chemicals with care or just creating a bee oasis – all help the bees.
A bee garden does not have to be a large space. You can make a difference with only a few pots on the patio. Learn more about how your bee gardens can help by visiting my Bee Friendly Gardening section.
Products of the Hive
Honey bees add much values to our lives by pollination of many food crops. They also produce other hive products that we find useful. The most popular being : beeswax and honey.
Enjoy learning all the wonderful things you can do with these 2 hive products.
There you have it – some great ways to learn more about bees and help promote the importance of all bees everywhere. I hope you enjoy this journey into the world of the honey bee.