1. When the first edition of this book was published, the author, Walter T Kelley traveled in the US and many other countries gathering information and making photos for basic information which would help those who were interested in keeping a few colonies of bees or those whose operation had grown...
  2. This volume provides basic information about managing wild bees and on the use of their products. It identifies and describes major bee species and their importance for nature conservation and for sustaining livelihoods of rural people.
  3. A study guide prepared as part of an educational television series in beginning beekeeping, entitled: Bees and honey.
  4. This edition contains a glossary which gives the definition of common beekeeping terms. It is hoped this reference will aid the beginning beekeeper in understanding the more technical portions of his work.
  5. This handbook on tropical beekeeping for beginners is based on firsthand Ghanaian experience.
  6. In Guide to Bees and Honey, Hooper's aim has been to replace the mystique and legend of an ancient craft with a practical approach, using the results of modern research techniques, and writing with enthusiasm and clarity.
  7. Honey bees get all the press, but the fascinating story of North America’s native bees—endangered species essential to our ecosystems and food supplies—is just as crucial. Through interviews with farmers, gardeners, scientists, and bee experts,Our Native Beesexplores the importance of native bees...
  8. 2019-09-13 Pragmatic and whimsical, Dancing with Bees is the provocative memoir of one wildlife gardener rekindling her relationship with nature by getting to know some extraordinary, magical, little beings. Brigit Strawbridge Howard was shocked the day she realised she knew more about the French Revolution...
  9. Various articles on bee keeping
  10. 1976-01-01 An early how-to book on beekeeping.