I promise you food desserts🍨 (2nd time he's written this) are not a threat. Also, one of the ways pollinator conservation efforts get derailed in Canada is assuming threats from the UK are the same here. Speaking to experts in Canada would help. https://t.co/kKXgT9Pao1
The threats facing native pollinators are way more complex than "pesticides bad". I always recommend anyone interested in #bee conservation go straight to the source for research in this field, rather than relying on corporate/political conservation talking points. https://t.co/4IF29EZmBX
A simple and mild heat of your already crystalised honey will liquefy it in a little time but #bee careful, if you overheat the honey during the decrystallization process you risk changing the quality and losing raw honey nutrients and benefits.
NECTAR VS HONEY: Pulling frames are the end of season leaves some frames not totally capped. Before uncapping and spinning out the honey, I first spin out the nectar. This will be bottled and go back to the bees before winter. #honey #honeycomb #honeycombs #honeybee #bees #bee https://t.co/814Ohf0QCQ
268/366 #365dayswild Another lunch time escape to the local park. Ivy #bee Colletes hederae on Ivy Hedera helix. Remember Ivy is vital right now for insects and later the berries for birds. Don't cut it! #bees @365DaysWild @LGSpace @NearbyWild @blue_campaign1 @Buzz_dont_tweet https://t.co/jurfS1HX2z