Albuquerque Beekeepers

Urban beekeeping in New Mexico's largest city.

Birdie J
  • Female
  • Albuquerque, NM
  • United States
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Birdie J's Discussions

So You Wanna See Bees?
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Hi everyone, Old and New!The ABQ Beeks are holding their annual Apiary and Pollinator Tour this September 28!Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Birdie J Aug 25.

So You Wanna See Bees?

Hi everyone, Old and New!The ABQ Beeks are holding their annual Apiary and Pollinator Tour this September 28!Continue

Started Aug 23

I answered the Mentor survey that was sent out a few weeks ago and would like a mentor
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Hi!I am wondering if those who responded to the mentor survey saying that they would like a mentor would be matched with someone. Can anyone advise?If not, is there another place to go to find a…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Abq Beeks Mar 29.

Safe paint to use on hive boxes?
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Hi! I am getting started with two packages of bees this year! So excited!I bought some beautiful hive boxes and would like to paint them. What are safe paints or stains to use on hive boxes? Also,…Continue

Tags: boxes, hive, paint

Started this discussion. Last reply by Birdie J Mar 29.

 

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James C Handley is attending Birdie J's event

Apiary and Pollinator Tour at Albuquerque

September 28, 2019 from 10am to 4pm
Join us for the 2019 ABQ Beeks Apiary and Pollinator Tour!This tour is supported by the New Mexico Beekeepers Association.Visit beekeepers in their "natural habitats" - their homes! See different kinds of beehives, including Langstroth, Top Bar, Warre, Flow, and more!See gorgeous pollinator gardens!Learn about how pollinators are crucial to our environment.Buy raffle tickets for a chance to win more than 43 different cool prizes from arts created by local artists to books to jewelry to gift…See More
Sep 13
Birdie J commented on Birdie J's event Apiary and Pollinator Tour
"Visit: Tour ABQ Bees to register!"
Sep 10
Birdie J posted an event

Apiary and Pollinator Tour at Albuquerque

September 28, 2019 from 10am to 4pm
Join us for the 2019 ABQ Beeks Apiary and Pollinator Tour!This tour is supported by the New Mexico Beekeepers Association.Visit beekeepers in their "natural habitats" - their homes! See different kinds of beehives, including Langstroth, Top Bar, Warre, Flow, and more!See gorgeous pollinator gardens!Learn about how pollinators are crucial to our environment.Buy raffle tickets for a chance to win more than 43 different cool prizes from arts created by local artists to books to jewelry to gift…See More
Sep 10
Birdie J replied to Birdie J's discussion So You Wanna See Bees?
"Doh! Typo from writing ABQ Beeks so many times! Though touring the beeks would be funny!"
Aug 25
Birdie J replied to Birdie J's discussion So You Wanna See Bees?
"Learn about bees in your backyard!  Learn about the different kinds of beehives! Learn about pollinator plants! Visit us at tourabqbeeks.org!"
Aug 23
Birdie J posted discussions
Aug 23
Birdie J commented on Elizabeth Lake's event Apiary and Pollinator Garden Tour 2019!
"Hi Brian, The site is live, please refresh if you can't see it! My fault it was delayed. It's working great now and we are adding more fun things all of the time. Cheers, Birdie"
Aug 23

Profile Information

About me:
Albuquerque resident interested in beekeeping
I use the following type of bee hives:
I don't have bees
My bee hives are primarily located here (ZIP code):
87110

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At 4:09pm on June 15, 2018, Jan Ankerson said…

Birdie

I am checking. This has not happened to my knowledge, but if by a miracle it is wet and raining I know the hives will not be opened. If it is gale force winds, they will not be opened. Not sure how you will find this out. I will working across town all Sat.

 
 
 

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