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John Sprague
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John Sprague might attend Kevin Easton's event

Beekeepers March 2022 In Person Fun Meeting at STEM Building at Science Center

March 4, 2022 from 6:30pm to 8:30pm
Beeks,  Happy to announce we will bee.. meeting at the Science Museum's STEM Building in WPB.   We'll start at 6:30 PM.  Join us to see old friends, meet new ones and of course talk about the latest bee buzz stuff.  We'll have a starting 101 Bees presentation with some of our Board members on hand for questions.  Water will bee... provided. There will bee... a sign-up list for future 101 hands on workshops coming up. Don't forget we have some great items up for grabs on CG's table.    Hope to…See More
Mar 2

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John Sprague added a discussion to the group Swarm Catchers
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Transferring bees from catch box to hive.

I have lost more swarms after transferring the bees into a hive than I have successfully captured. Typically the day after the transfer they all depart. We take care during the transfer to make sure the frames are handled over the hive to ensure any dropped bees fall into the box. We then shake the remaining bees from the  swarm trap into the hive, We then place the open swarm trap with any remaining bees inside on the ground in front of the hive so they can walk or fly into the hive. Lastly we…See More
Sep 23, 2020

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John Sprague might attend Anton Hahna's event

Dr. Meghan Milbrath SMALL SCALE QUEEN REARING at Please join us

September 10, 2020 from 7:30pm to 9pm
Dr. Meghan Milbrath began working bees over 25 years ago, and now owns and manages The Sand Hill Apiary, a small livestock and queen rearing operation in Munith, Michigan. She studied biology at St. Olaf College in Northfield, MN, and received degrees in public health from Tulane University and the University of Michigan, where she focused on environmental health sciences and disease transmission risk.  Meghan worked as a postdoctoral research associate at Michigan State University, studying…See More
Sep 9, 2020

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At 5:12pm on March 5, 2017,
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Welcome to the PBCBA!  Thanks for joining as a member!  Do not hesitate to reach out to any officer with any question you may have. 

Bee well,  Alex P.

 
 
 

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