This website presents the International Bee Research Association (IBRA), a not-for-profit organization founded in 1949 working to provide researchers and beekeepers with information in the topic areas of bee species, pollination, diseases and pests, nectar and pollen sources, and more. The IBRA website provides information about the organization, about conferences and other events, and about the...
BeeSource.com, a great resource for both amateur and professional apiarists, was created by Barry Birkey, a Web designer, remodeling business owner, and beekeeper. A stand-out website feature is the Plans section, which contains downloadable plans (with images) for a variety of beehives, honey extractors, pollen traps, an Apidictor, and more. The site contains many relevant news stories, and...
As part of the U.S. Department of Agriculture's Beltsville Agricultural Research Center, the Bee Research Laboratory conducts "research on the biology and control of honey bee parasites, diseases, and pests to ensure an adequate supply of bees for pollination and honey production." One important service provided by the Laboratory is the searchable ARS Bee Bibliography, which contains bee-keeping...
Mysterious disorder puts S.D. bees at risk
Queen Bees-In Hive or Castle, Duty Without Power
Are mobile phones wiping out our bees?
You've saved whales and dolphins-now save the...
Woman relocates bees to more loving home
The short-haired bumblebee: Bzzzt, it's back
Propolis Bee Farm: A New Tourist Attraction in Penang
Harry H. Laidlaw Jr. Honey Bee Research Facility...