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Winter for beekeepers is one of the most crucial seasons, it’s either you make it or break it for the bloom of spring! As the climate continues to drop, you’ll see a decline in bee activity from the outside. Bee’s thrive in warmer climates, that is why they are at their busiest during summer. This…Read More
Now that you have closed off your beehives, what’s next? It’s time to start preparing for the next season of course! In the next 3 months, when winter fully succumbs and it’s cold as ice, it is not recommended for you to open your beehive. Make sure you are only doing so for good reasons. …Read More
You’ve probably heard of the advice – inspect your beehives regularly to maintain a strong colony. While that is true, there are many things to look out for before proceeding to inspecting your beehive! Here are some of them. Weather This is an important factor to consider before inspecting your beehive. Only open the hive…Read More
Relocating beehives can be one of the most unenjoyable activities in beekeeping. Most hobbyists don’t need to do this essentially, however, there are just some cases when it’s the only option. Us beekeepers follow a rule when we’re relocating beehives. It may sound simple, but it can turn your colony upside down if you don’t…Read More
Most of us have asked this question before: Are my bees swarming? Then we receive an answer from the experts saying, “They could be having orientation flights”. As a beginner you would be wondering, “Bees have orientation flights?” Through those many questions, we’ll debacle what is the difference between swarming and orientation flights and why…Read More
Now that you’ve built a bee hotel, it’s time to think about the native bees’ source of food and attracting them to stay in your hotel. Start attracting native bees with not just any flowers, but by adding native flowering plants to your garden or anywhere near your bee hotel! Most of the Australian native…Read More