Urban beekeeping in New Mexico's largest city.
Wishing for an abundance of sun, rain, blooms, and friendly, healthy bees as we begin another season of beekeeping here in Albuquerque. Sign in to find out what's new with your fellow beekeepers!
I was curious what some of the beekeepers thought of this idea. Is it detrimental in some way? Is this something we should encourage others to do? It certainly is an easy thing to do to benefit bees. It is possible that children or others may…Continue
Warm temps, hungry bees, no nectar flow = robbing. There be pirate bees out there.I lost a box today. When I got home from work there was a lot of activity. Blocked the entrance and by dark the frenzy of bees trying to get in left. Peaked in the…Continue
Started by Jeremy McKellar in Hives + Bees on Friday.
Bee Speaker is needed for Alpha Delta Kappa Sorority, a group of Teachers and Former Teachers. Talk would be 30 minutes. Topics they want covered at beekeeping in NM and the plight of the honey bee. Dinner starts at 5:30 pm, which you will be…Continue
Started by Jessie Brown in Sell/Trade + Donate/Volunteer on Tuesday.
Hi Fellow BeeksWe are retiring, moving and I haven't been able to run my hives for a couple of years now due to some health issues, so I am selling it all. It's ready to go, and everything is in very good condition or new and here's what I have:8…Continue
Welcome to another year that looks to be a great one! If you've been keeping up with news around the world concerning honey bees, then you've read that select airports worldwide have allowed beekeepers to place hives on the air field and made…Continue
Our own local beekeepers made it into national print! Congratulations! Your can read it here...Carr and Bradford Top Bar Article in Bee Culture MagazineContinue
Hello,We have a number (10) of Hives that we might be interested in placing in corrales. They are Langstroth Hives. Would like to meet with you and discuss further. At present we have 32 active hives and feel they are a bit crowded.Continue
Started by Tom A. LeMaster in Swarms Feb 4.