Honey Bee Biology
March 27 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm EDT
Honey bee biology is always a misleading title. When I hear biology I think of dissection and learning about cells and organs. That is not what we will be learning about today. This session will focus on only the need to know about the bee that will help us be better beekeepers.
The life cycle of the bee
How the bee uses it senses to interact with its world
How honey is made
Fun facts about the workings of the bee body
And of course the verroa mites life cycle and its interaction with our honeybees.
Meeting will be in person at The Kaufman Family Farm (address below)
beekeeper fellowship is the single greatest learning environment and I encourage all to attend in person.
you can also attend via Zoom.
After you register, you will receive a reminder email from email@example.com be sure to find this and add the email address to your contacts so that we do not end up in spam or some other auto filtered area that you never see!
Central New York Beekeeper School