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Bee News

Zombie bee infestation has arrived in Vermont

Vermont beekeepers already face extreme temperature swings, as well as the possibility that a colony can collapse, and mite infestations. However, as of last fall a new threat has arrived, and that threat is zombie bees.

Tens of thousands bees outraged, killing two horses and five hens

Around 30 thousand bees in North Texas attacked while Kristen Beauregard and her boyfriend exercised their two horses, stinging the animals to death. The angry bees also killed five hens and stung a dog.

Beekeepers & Anti-GMO protesters march in Warsaw (updated) Special

Warsaw - Around 1,500 beekeepers in Warsaw made a strong point by dumping thousands of dead bees on the steps of the Ministry of Agriculture recently.

Bee 'invasion' at Brazilian soccer match

A semi-professional soccer match came to a sudden halt this past weekend, after the players were victims of an insect "invasion."

Brits urged to practice beekeeping

A British conservation watchdog group is raising the alarm about the rate of the loss of bees, saying that all 250 bee species are in decline. To counter the decline, it has hatched the novel idea of urging ordinary Brits to keep bees where ever they can.

Disabled man killed by massive bee attack

The viscious attack happened on Wednesday. Authorities said Campton and his brother, Lester Campton, 41, opened the garage door and were suddenly swarmed by as many as 1,000 bees.

Bee Crisis in America

A steep decline of bees in America has caused many to wonder how badly crops will do this year with decreased pollination.

Bee movie trailer

Jerry Seinfeld and Renee Zellweger Lend Their Voices to "Bee Movie"

Bee fossil, DNA generate a buzz

Scientists have identified the oldest known bee, a 100 million-year-old specimen preserved in amber.

Bees, other pollinators may be declining

Bees and other important pollinators such as birds and bats may be on the decline in the United States, putting crops and other plants at risk.
 

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A giant bee presides over an area dedicated to real bees. The Eden Project collects and sells some t...
A giant bee presides over an area dedicated to real bees. The Eden Project collects and sells some tasty honey.
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Bee a Kew gardens
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A honey bee consumes flower nectar and carries pollen along; many food crops depend upon honey bees ...
A honey bee consumes flower nectar and carries pollen along; many food crops depend upon honey bees for pollination.
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A bee in a rose.
A bee in a rose.
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An image taken in mid-November  it is still common to see a sight like this in Dec. 2012 in the Wash...
An image taken in mid-November, it is still common to see a sight like this in Dec. 2012 in the Washington area.
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Roberta s legendary Bee Sting Pizza!
Roberta's legendary Bee Sting Pizza!
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A honey bee collecting nectar from the wild flowers at the Eden Project.
A honey bee collecting nectar from the wild flowers at the Eden Project.
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