Bees in the news

My Biggest Hive

“Murder hornets” arrive in the U.S.


22,000 bees in one home


Bees develop a taste for some pesticides the way humans get addicted to nicotine, say scientists


Why are so many Florida honeybees dying?


New Honey Bee Suite at Renaissance Asheville Hotel


David Tarpy Demonstrates Queen Bee Research on Capitol Hill


Pesticides Are Harming Bees — But Not Everywhere, Major New Study Shows


The Secret Ingredient That Stops Honeybees From Becoming Queens


NC State Researcher Awarded Grant to Improve Honeybee Health


Quantitative patterns of vertical transmission of deformed wing virus in honey bees


The Honey Bee Veterinarians’ Consortium contains a list of veterinarians who are willing to help beekeepers acquire antibiotics when they need them.


Lithium chloride effectively kills the honey bee parasite Varroa destructor by a systemic mode of action


This is a study done about how to get American Foul Brood spore out of honey from 1951

Thermal resistance AFB spores in honey


Environmental Activists Continue to ‘Bee’ Wrong about Honeybee Health Challenges


Honeybees Have Sharper Eyesight Than We Thought


To save honey bees, human behavior must change


The almond milk craze could be bad news for bees


Beekeepers, honey bees provide more than sweet nectar in Catawba County


Hungry Bees Like Flowers From Rural Areas Than In Urban Ones? Find Out Here Why




Cheerios gives away wildflower seeds in effort to save honey bees


Australian researcher working to immunise honey bees, protect them from varroa mite


How a Winnie The Pooh is helping children to protect the honeybee population


Researchers uncover possible new hidden threat to honey bees


Youth invited to learn about honeybees


NC “Save the Honeybee License Platenc-honeybee-license-tag


First Bee Species Declared Endangered, Beekeepers Concerned for Honeybees


More Bad News for Honey as U.S. Seeks to Get Handle on Glyphosate Residues in Food


Beekeepers seeking to protect honeybees


First Confirmed Case of Zombie Bees Discovered in NC |


Honeybees keep Apalachee Beekeepers buzzing


‘Like it’s been nuked’: Millions of bees dead after South Carolina sprays for Zika mosquitoes.


How honey bees ‘telescope’ their abdomens.


Humans and wild birds ‘talk’ to each other as they hunt for bees’ honey.


Interpreting the Buzz of Honeybees.


Misunderstood Honeybee Hive Mind Season In Bell County.


Homeowner learns honeybee swarm nothing to be afraid of.


Truck hauling more than 400 beehives involved in chain reaction crash on I-85.


Africanized bees kill two dogs in West Texas, injure owner with more than 50 stings.


Honeybees get most of their pesticide load from nonfarm plants, study finds.


Insects in Concord attack were regular honeybees, not killer bees.


Bees chase car for 2 days to rescue queen.


Virginia Tech study aims to help explain honeybee losses.


Charleston, SC (WLTX) – A colony of Africanized honey bees was found in South Carolina for the first time in 15 years, according to officials with Clemson University.