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Birdie J
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  • Albuquerque, NM
  • United States
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Birdie J commented on Jan Ankerson's event June Mentor Session at the Open Space Visitor Center Apiary
"I am keeping an eye on the weather! It's raining hard at my house and the radar looks like storms hovering over us most of the day. If we are rained out, I would be on for next weekend! Thanks!"
Saturday
Jan Ankerson left a comment for Birdie J
"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…"
Friday
Birdie J commented on Jan Ankerson's event June Mentor Session at the Open Space Visitor Center Apiary
"If the weather is stormy, is the class still on? Thanks so much!"
Friday
Birdie J is attending Jan Ankerson's event
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July Mentor Session at the Open Spacer Visitor Center Apiary at Open Space Visitor Center

July 21, 2018 from 9am to 11am
Join ABQ Beeks mentors and experienced beekeepers to learn how to work both Langstroth and Top Bar hives at the Open Space Visitor Center Bee Yard. It's FREE! We only have room for 13 beeks per yard visit, so make sure to RSVP (you must be an ABQ Beeks member to RSVP). First come, first served. If you can't make it, kindly remove your name so the next person in the list can attend. Please prepare accordingly: wear light colored clothing, closed-toe shoes, long…See More
May 20
Birdie J is attending Abq Beeks's event

Monthly Beeks Meeting at Bosque School, Budhager Hall

June 7, 2018 from 6:30pm to 8:30pm
Elizabeth Lake will be presenting on pollen and nectar, focusing on pollination and pollen's role in the hive.  Judith Phillips,  a local xeric landscape designer and author will discuss how to make foraging plant choices that evolve with our warmer and drier climates in her presentation 'Plants for Pollinators'.  As always, bring seeds to share. Bring boxes and gloves, Lu Lu will have some cactus to give away!Please remember to sign up for Driftwatch.  This helps NMDA help us.  …See More
May 20
Birdie J is attending Jan Ankerson's event
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June Mentor Session at the Open Space Visitor Center Apiary at Open Space Visitor Center

June 16, 2018 from 9am to 11am
Join ABQ Beeks mentors and experienced beekeepers to learn how to work both Langstroth and Top Bar hives at the Open Space Visitor Center Bee Yard. It's FREE! We only have room for 13 beeks per yard visit, so make sure to RSVP (you must be an ABQ Beeks member to RSVP). First come, first served. If you can't make it, kindly remove your name so the next person in the list can attend. Please prepare accordingly: wear light colored clothing, closed-toe shoes, long…See More
May 20
Birdie J is now a member of Albuquerque Beekeepers
May 19

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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