Harvesting Honeycomb Frames – The Bush Bee Man

Harvesting Honeycomb Frames – The Bush Bee Man


– The things I do for
the show I just got stung in the blummin’ eyeball
trying to get this organized that’s blummin’ it. Anyway, we’re just down
here at the beehives, We’ve had a request from a
guy that’s down in the city with he’s got you know, sort
of organized, having this cool honeycomb on his recipe,
on his recipe, on his menu not his recipe, it’s in the
recipe but it’s on the menu for his restaurant. Anyway so we gotta harvest him
a few actual just bee frames and we thought well what
the heck, we’ll show you the whole gettin’ the whole bee frame out and getting it ready for a sale. (bees buzzing) So I was just talking to my mentor, Lez, who’s teaching me about beekeeping in a bit of a wild format. And I asked him, what’s the most important
thing with beekeeping? And he said don’t forget your smoker lad. So I thought that was interesting, of all the equipment that
you’re going to have, the smoker is still the most
important thing you need. So, we better get that
out of the back of the Ute Before I get another sting, that’ll teach me to do the
intro without me smoke. (mumbles) I’m too short. (laughs) Oh, come on. Bloody hell. Get some longer legs. Did you bring any hessian
Larry, you reckon? No? Oy, I’ve got some in here. Have I got any in this thing? We’ve got some starter hessian. Wonder if I brought any scissors. At least we brought a knife. One day we might sit down and
just cut some hessian bags into proper filler upper bits and, perhaps even wrap some string around it. That’d be a good idea, wouldn’t it? Not plastic string though. Have to be what’s the name string. I’m too big a coward to
do it without me suit. Did you get the bloody
lighter you smart individual. Goodness me. ♪ Home on the Range ♪ ♪ Where the deer and the antelope play ♪ Not that we have any deer or antelope, we’d have to sing our own song. ♪ Home on the range, where the kangaroos ♪ ♪ And the opossums play ♪ it’s not even on a range actually, is it? Oh god, hang on, we have
to get out of the wind. (coughs) What would we call it if it’s not a range? Oh where’s the scissors
when you want them. Honestly. Watch out, cut myself in the personals. That would be interesting wouldn’t it? Well at least I’ve already
had kids so you know. Oh shit. That’s the bit we want. Ow! All else fails i’ll get a
job on the Puffing Billy couldn’t I? Now if you’re wondering
what the Puffing Billy is, it’s actually a steam
engine train that runs down, And sometimes the steam
engine can’t get used because it’s summertime, so
they have to use a diesel engine And I figured they might
actually be able to hire me to sit at the front and
go smoke, smoke, smoke. I could do they could just pretend. Might need a bit bigger
smoker than that too. Eh anyway, i’m just thinking of ideas. Probably should bring a hive
tool, that’d be helpful. That’s The second most important thing. (humming) What’s going on cheeky babes. Let’s see what we’ve got here
in the weight department. Oh, well that’s pretty heavy. Oh my goodness, I think
there might be some honey just here, we don’t need too
much more than those three. Hello baby girls, what’s going on? Let’s have a look at
what’s under the hood. Do this one the same if I can
get me silly chord around. Oh come on girls, what are we doing. Oh they’re busy in there. (laughs) I got a little newt box over
here that’s got some frames in it, so I figured we’ll take
the frames with some honey out of here, and put
them in the little box that we can take home, So Mrs.
Bush Bee Man can wrap them up nice for a young fella down in town. I’ll be back. Righty oh, I think this will do the job. Hey, look at that I’ve got a pine cone. This is the silliest project ever in the history of agriculture. These are supposed to be
pine nut trees in there, I don’t know how old they are now. But look at that, I thought
I might have all the boys. No wonder pine nuts
are so jolly expensive. Have a look at how little that is. How the heck are we gonna
get the nuts out of it? No, I don’t know, we’ll
have to have a look now we’ve got a cone. I’ve got one cone! Yeah, I’ve actually got
one pine cone, woo hoo! And me dad’s not even alive to see it, ’cause he wanted to cut
them down years ago. There you go, well maybe
he’s shining down from heaven and just sent me a cone to say, there’s no other ones in
here, but, well maybe anyway, I don’t know, we might
have to have a proper look. Sorry I digress, we we’re
meant to getting honeycomb. Oh I got a pine cone. Oh my goodness me. Oh, it’s so much fun isn’t
it, hanging around with me. What’s going on chicks. Oh they look good. We might put a marker on this one, it’s definitely gonna be
a spot for some splitting. What have we got ladies? Have we got any food that
dad can have a borrow of? Let’s have a look here, see
if we can get near excited. It’s amazing you can feel
the warmth coming off them. Oh, not quite to the bottom. Pretty good though. They’ll have nibbled a
bit down at the bottom. Now where are we gonna go, over there would be further
away from the brood nest. (humming) we’re gonna do a split off this box ’cause they look really good. Oh they’ve been nibbling on the bottom. Oh heck. So close, what’s that outside one doing. It’s not quite ready either. Oh, thought it might be fun. Maybe we’ll have to go back and steal out of mom’s backyard yet. You girls are a little
bit tight, aren’t you? Dammit. Close. That ones pretty close. Its the wrong time of year to
be sort of harvesting honey. We’ll have a look in here as well. Well that might only have
the weight in the bottom, but anyway, we’ll see. Righty oh. Should we go in here first, while we here? (sing songing) Oh, I reckon that’s the one. Look at that, that looks
pretty bloody good. It’s even changed to different colors. I reckon that’ll work. Gonna pop that in here. We can just drop that in here like that. I reckon that one’s looking all right too, there’s a little bit
in that corner so but, heck if we can’t get
some squares out of that, it’ll be amazing. That’s just where we’re at at the minute. I reckon we’ll take these two out of here, and then we’ll grab one
out of that end one, and we should be all good. And that’ll look fabulous. We’ll pop these two back in the middle, where we’ve just been,
put you all back together. And you won’t even know it’s happened, will you, girls? ’cause you’ll be off to the
spring paradise soon, hopefully. Golly gosh, hopefully
we can find somewhere that’s paradise for you this year. After the last few seasons. And being it’s that jolly dry still, I don’t know what’s gonna happen. Apparently there’s been a fair bit of rain down in the south east so, we might have to get this
jolly track organized so we can move these girls
a bit further distances. This hobby gets out of
control, I think it’s a gonner, I think it’s definitely
drifted on from a hobby. Jesus, Jimeny Cricket. The secretary was saying
to me the other day, we better start making a profit out of this jolly hobby sometime soon. I said I think it’s bigger than a hobby. I think we’ve moved on. Anyway hopefully. Don’t do that, that’ll be right, but it’s got a big jolly hole up in it. Ah pook. The one next to it looks all right though. We put that, where are we
gonna put that for a minute? Over here? Oh golly! That looks pretty good, doesn’t it? It’s weird how they’ve sort
of built into that frame, ’cause obviously that’s
what happens when your wax gets a bit wobbly when it gets
hot before they get into it. Oh, oh my goodness. Good on you girls, you’ve done a good job. I was asking the bloke
whether he was putting this on the breakfast menu, ’cause I’ve seen on the breakfast menu where
you have it on a little stand, and then they run a knife through it, and the honey runs down
and onto your crumpets. But no apparently it’s
on, just on the menu, I haven’t seen the photo yet,
but I’m looking forward to it. So that would be kind of cool. So this ones gotta come
back out, and go back in. There we go, and we’ll just
put that one back where it was. Put this back in here,
when you’re extracting it won’t matter but, ’cause he wants it for actual display, we have to give him nice ones, don’t we? Very good, well I think
that’ll be bloody dandy. If we pop that back there, pop the little ladies back to bed. Surprising how you can feel
the warmth from the girls coming through the foam. I reckon if you’re
stuck in there at night, then maybe you should get
yourself into a little house and full of bees, and you can sleep there. Oh, that’s a fair bit heavier
than when we carried it here. Oh, there’s more than five kilograms on each of those frames, I reckon. Hey look, we’ve almost
got enough for a stir fry. There’s another two. Do you reckon we should pick one? I tell you what we will do,
we’ll go back to the Ute and we might have a bit of google research and see if we’re meant to harvest them. Hell I reckon there might be
limited pine cone information. Pine nut information actually. Anyway, stay tuned, you never know, we might be eating some pine nut crackers. What do you reckon? I’m just wondering whether
we should get another frame so that it doesn’t wobble. Nah, they’ll be all right. ♪ Shavings and honeycomb ♪ Anyway go and get the smoker, That’s what you need to do Bush Bee Man. – [Cameraman] You’re
gonna put your hood on to go and get the pine nuts. – Yeah, well John reckons I’m
being a caddy caddy custard but I’ve already got a sting
on the top of me eye here, and I’m supposed to be
going and giving a talk this afternoon to some school teachers about how much fun bees
are, and if I turn up with half my face swollen up, They’ll probably fluent reject the concept before I get started so,
I’d like to turn up there with me face in some semblance of order, and I know I’m not all that
pretty anyway, but still, just swollen might not be a good option, so there you have it. we’re going to go pine nut
harvesting in a blooming Apiary. It’s not even the biggest tree, so, how the hell are we gonna
harvest them when they, I read that you can shake them off but, anyway it doesn’t matter,
We’ll just pick the ones we can reach when they get that far. Well at least they come off easy. wonder if you could shake them later on. Because I was reading somewhere that you could shake them off and pick them up like walnuts and stuff. But, yeah, that’d be interesting sweeping them up wouldn’t it? Maybe we’ll just give the branch a rattle and see if it falls off. Google, this things gotta be massive. I don’t think they’re gonna
fall off by themselves. Anyway, I don’t know. Hello. Golly gosh, I was expecting
them to the big cones but they’re little. Anyway apparently we put
them in the hessian sack and let them dry out. Maybe we’ll throw them in the oven, we can have them roasted pine nuts and well just skip a process. Do you reckon we should
have a bit of a look and see if we’ve got any others? I’ll tell you what. What do you reckon the wife will say if I say look, I’ve got some
pine nuts for you to open up. (laughs) pretty much all of that’ll
be like not bloody right there Bush Bee Man. Here we come to the packing department. Oh Golly gosh the things that go on here at the Bush Bee Man. That’s actually pretty bloomin’ heavy. I’m glad we’re not posting. Oh, shit! Oh gosh, righty oh. So we’ve arrived at
the wrapping department and my work is done. So I’m about to hand over to
the official wrapper upper-er stuff ’cause she’s been wrapping presents since the kids were little. And now they’re all grown up. And if you ever see me
wrap a Christmas present, you know it’s not my forte. I even wrap up my poor
lovely wife birthday present, and she’s so cute that she
says it’s all very nice. Now she just asks for them in the bag. So I’ll be fine off the
wrapping, so I’m gonna hand over to the wrapper upper-er
whose got some real talent. (slow folk music) Look at that, thank you
for purchasing honey comb from the Bush Bee Man. Look at that, she’s even got a little bee, it’s a walking bee though,
it didn’t get any wings. I’ll tell you what, as you can see, that’s why I’m not in charge
of the wrapping department. So we work together here
at the Bush Bee company, everybody’s got their role to play. I’ve got an official wrapper upper-er. Now all that I’ve got to do is hand it to the transport department. Thank you, john. (bees buzzing)

Bringing Bees Into Minecraft

Bringing Bees Into Minecraft


It’s not every day that I show up to work
in a bee suit. But this was all part of my plan. I had a mission. And that mission was…
bringing bees into Minecraft. It seemed like it would be easy enough. I
mean, who doesn’t love bees? That is so many bees, and they’re going to
help pollinate all the crops inside the game. Bees are so incredibly beneficial to humanity. But apparently, bees weren’t as popular as
I thought. [Terrified noises] It’s ok, it’s ok. My co-workers at Mojang didn’t like bees at
all. There’s a bee inside! [Bees buzzing] Come on, guys! [Bees buzzing] I got stung by a bee last weekend. I hate bees. If bees were gonna make it into Minecraft,
I would have to convince them first. I needed to do some research. So I studied, I traveled, and I met with the
experts, like Leif. [LEIF] Suit up! We’re gonna meet the bees. [CORY] Alright. A true bee whisperer. So now we’re safe! Almost… Let’s go to the hives! I also met with Josefina, a bee enthusiast
in the middle of Stockholm. So, this is Bee Urban! Yeah. [CORY] How many bees are there? [LEIF] In a hive, like this, it’s about 40
to 70,000 bees. So keeping a bee as a pet, is that similar
to like keeping a cat as a pet? Ah, well, eh….no. Have you named them all? Ah, yeah. Eliza, Birgitta….and… uh no,
actually not. First of all you have about 60,000 bees in
a bee hive, so you have many more pets than having just one cat. I mean, 60,000 cats would
probably be… [CORY] Awesome? Yeah! [Laughs] [CORY] So, is it true that honey is bee spit? [LEIF] [Laughing] No, no no no no, not
bee spit. It’s actually vomiting from bees. [CORY] Oh, even better. Yeah. They use their honey stomach to make the honey,
and then they well, puke it out or spit it out into the hive. Yeah. Cool. Gross, cool. Can we go see some bees? [JOSEFINA] Sure! Awesome! I learned a lot from Leif and Josefina. Like that the average worker bee only lives
for about six weeks during the summer, and produces less than a teaspoon of honey
during that time. Also, pollen from different flowers creates different flavours of honey. And that bees are great dancers. Bees are
just so cool. [LEIF] Okay Cory, it’s a wrap for today. [CORY] Alright Leif. It was good to BEE here. [LEIF] [Chuckling] Yeah. Bee here. [CORY] [Chuckles] [CORY] So uh Leif, you mentioned that the
bees dance to show each other the way to flowers and such. [LEIF] Yeah? [CORY] Um…can you show me? [JOSEFINA] If a bee finds out this flower
bed with this type of flower, it has great nectar, it has great pollen, it comes back to the hive and it does a dance. And it dances in a certain direction where
the flowers are. So whoever has the best dance, is where all
the worker bees go. Actually Leif taught me a bit about the bee
dance, and we actually did a dance together. [JOSEFINA] Oh nice! Yeah he showed me a bit of what that looks
like. [JOSEFINA] [Laughing] I would have liked to
see that. It was pretty magical. [Laughs] [Music] So if there were no bees, what would happen? Uh, we’d have a very poor diet. We’d have
very boring nature, and you know, eventually our systems would collapse, to be crass. Back at the office, I really needed to put
together the perfect pitch. Mmm. Cuter. [Musical buzzing] Big eyes! I learned so much, and I just wanted my co-workers
to love bees as much as I did. [CORY] What do you think? [MARC] This is…terrifying. What? [CORY] No no no no. I have the perfect design. Everything is here. It’s all here. Guys? Guys! Bees are CUTE! It wasn’t going to be easy. When the day for my pitch arrived, I couldn’t leave anything to chance. I owed it to the bees. I was ready to pitch bees to the Gameplay
Team. But would they believe in this as much as
I did? Team. I want to add bees to Minecraft. Sure! Yeah yeah yeah – big, fluffy, cuddly bees. Sure, Cory! Okay. Thanks team. Thanks team…I guess… He’s so cute. And that’s how we got bees into Minecraft. …Pretty much.

Do Bees Dance? | #aumsum

Do Bees Dance? | #aumsum


It’s AumSum Time Hey guys. Hold on. Did you download my app from Google Play Store? Remember, it’s called ”It’s AumSum Time”. And follow my Facebook page. Now, let’s guess the title of my next video. Muahahaha. Because I told it to do so. Oh. Because of the flame, the air around the candle is hot. Rise hot air, as you are lighter. Hurry up. Write your guess in the comments section below. Do bees dance? Yes. I’m always invited. Nectar-producing flowers. C’mon. Time to tell the otherrs. Gather around everybody. It’s time for the waggle dance. It looks like the figure 8. Longer the dance, farther the flowers. But, which direction dude? The sun is here. So, this is the direction of the flower with respect to the sun. Let’s go. Topic: Rancidity Why is a bag of chips half full? Looks like you don’t believe me. Open the bag. See I told you. The bag of chips is indeed half full. Why is that so? It is mainly because of a concept called rancidity. When food becomes rancid. It develops an unpleasant smell and taste and it becomes unsafe for consumption. Rancidity generally refers to a condition where the fats and oils present in food get oxidized Resulting in food spoilage. Since the chips contain fats and oils, they
are likely to get rancid. Therefore, to prevent this, nitrogen gas is
flushed into bags of chips by manufacturers. But, why nitrogen? Nitrogen does not react with fats and oils. As a result, rancidity does not take place. Moreover, a gas in the bag serves as a cushioning agent and prevents the chips from crumbling. That is why the bag of chips is only filled
till half. Topic: Air pressure. How do straws work? They work very hard. No. Straws work because of air pressure. Is it similar to acupressure? No. Air pressure is the weight of air pressing
down on earth and all other objects present on it. Now, when a straw is in a liquid. The air pressure upon the liquid in the glass and the air pressure upon the liquid in the straw is similar. Causing the levels of liquid to be almost equal. However, when we drink the liquid through
straw. We first inhale causing the air from the straw to flow into our lungs. Now due to absence of air, the air pressure
in the straw decreases. Hence, the air pressure present on the liquid of the glass pushes the liquid into the straw. Causing it to move upwards and thus, helping us drink. Why do bees build hexagonal honeycombs? I don’t know. Honeybees build honeycombs to store honey, pollen, eggs, etc. The honeycombs are built using beeswax which honeybees produce themselves. However, honeybees produce very less amount of this wax. Hence, honeybees required a shape that would give them maximum storage using minimum beeswax. Now, if each cell of the honeycomb would be a circle. Then there would be a lot of gaps or wasted space between cells. So why didn’t honeybees make triangular or square cells? These shapes don’t leave any wasted space. Popular research suggests that hexagonal cells use less wax. Provide more space as compared to triangles and squares. This means honeybees can store more honey while using the least amount of wax. Besides this, the overall structure is much
more stable and strong. Why do our muscles get sore? Because they want to go to a spa. No. When we begin to go to gym or perform a new intense physical workout. Our muscles begin to feel sore the next morning. This soreness is called Delayed Onset Muscle Soreness or DOMS. DOMS occurs usually after eccentric contractions. What does that even mean? When a muscle is lengthening and contracting at the same time, it is known as an eccentric contraction. For example, when we lower a dumbbell, our biceps muscle is slowly relaxing and lengthening. But at the same time, it is still contracting
to hold the heavy weight of the dumbbell. Similarly, in a squat, as we lower ourselves,
our quadriceps muscle is lengthening. But at the same time, it is still contracting
to hold our upper body weight. Such eccentric contractions generate tension in the muscles, creating minute tears in them. Thus, causing the soreness or pain.

Mikaila Ulmer, 10-year old Founder of Bee Sweet Lemonade | Talks at Google


FEMALE SPEAKER: I’d like
to introduce Mikaila Ulmer. She is our 10-year-old
entrepreneur. And Mikaila is going to start
off today with a presentation. And then she’ll show us a couple
of videos that she’s done. And then we’ll go
into a Q&A. And I just want to start by
saying that I think Mikaila’s a fantastic
example that you’re never too young, like Mikaila,
or too old to come up with a great idea
and take a risk and be daring and do something
that you’ve always dreamed to. So with that, I’ll let
Mikaila take it away. MIKAILA ULMER: Thank you. So again, my name
is Mikaila Ulmer. And thank you for inviting me. And thank you for coming. Again, I’m 10 years old,
and I’m in the fifth grade. I’m from Austin, Texas and
I am the founder and CEO of Bee Sweet Lemonade. [CHEERS AND APPLAUSE] I’m also a bee
ambassador, student and social entrepreneur. So today, I’m going to tell you
a little bit about my business and some really interesting
facts about the bees. And then I’m going to
show you some lessons that I’ve learned on
being an entrepreneur. But first, let’s start
with a couple of bee jokes. What did the bee
say to the sushi? Or what did the
sushi say to the bee? Take three guesses. AUDIENCE: [INTERPOSING VOICES] Yes! You got it right. [LAUGHTER] Where do bees shop? AUDIENCE: Where do bees shop– [INTERPOSING VOICES] AUDIENCE: I don’t know. Where? MIKAILA ULMER: Bee [INAUDIBLE]. [LAUGHTER] So Bee Sweet Lemonade is
lemonade sweetened with honey. And it has flax seed. And it’s currently
bottled in glass. We currently have four
flavors, mint, prickly pear, half and half tea
lemonade and ginger. Right now, something
really big is that Whole Foods
carries our product throughout the southwest
region of the United States. [CHEERS AND APPLAUSE] And we went from selling it
out of our lemonade stand in a very small business
to actually selling it through Whole Foods throughout
the southwest region. And I started Bee Sweet
Lemonade when I signed up in two kids entrepreneurial
events, Acton Children’s Business Fair and
Austin Lemonade Day. And so I signed up in those two
events, and I needed a product. So while I was trying to
come up with a product, two things happened. I got stung by two
bees in one week, and my great granny,
Helen, sent me a 1940 cookbook with her
favorite recipe of flax seed lemonade. I was very, very
scared of the bees. And I would overreact and freak
out when they came anywhere near me. So my parents wanted me to just
do some research on the bees to see if would be a little
bit less scared of them And I did that research
and I found out how incredibly important
pollinators they are and how they’re dying. So I decided to create a product
that helped save the bees, and used my great granny
Helen’s recipe as well. And that’s how Bee
Sweet was born. Now, I save the bees because
bees pollinate a third out of all the food we eat. And they also contribute
over $14 billion to the US agricultural
economy a year. So that’s a lot of
money, if you realize how special the bees are. And I also try to save
them because they’re dying of chemical pesticides. And here’s some ways that
we can help save them. So you can support
your local beekeepers by buying local honey. Or you could visit
local beehives and learn a little bit
more about the bees. You can plant flowers in
different colors, shapes or sizes to give the
bees something to eat. You can avoid using pesticides. And chemical pesticides
harm the bees, so you can use natural
and organic pesticides. Or even ladybugs and praying
mantises will keep pests away. So try to avoid pesticides
because they harm the bees. And then share the buzz. If you find anything
about the bees, you can share it
with your friends and tell your friends to
share it with their friends. And so we can
spread the awareness that the bees are dying
and make more of an impact on saving the bees. So I’ve been an
entrepreneur for five years. And so– [LAUGHTER] [APPLAUSE] Here are some lessons that
I’ve learned while being an entrepreneur for five years. And so the first lesson
is, working hard is a must. In order to start
and grow my business, I had to work very hard. In other words, as
people like to say, I had to wear a lot of hats. I had to wear a marketing
hat, finance hat. I did workshops, teaching
families on the bees. And I still had to be a student. So yes, in order to
even start a business, you have to work hard. Lesson two is, you need
passion and a lot of it. As I mentioned
earlier, one thing that helped me start Bee
Sweet Lemonade was that I got stung by two bees in one week. And again, I was very
afraid of the bees, and so my parents wanted
me to do some research. And doing that
research, again, I found out how incredibly
important pollinators they are. And I developed a passion
for saving the bees, learning about the bees, and
just the bees in general. And so with that
passion, I think that passion helped
me create my business, a growing, successful
and thriving business. And here’s a little [INAUDIBLE]
that I made up on passion. You need passion and a lot of
it, because the more passionate you are about what you
do, the more fun you have while doing it. And so, with that quote,
that reminds me how important passion is to my business. Lesson three is inspiration
comes from many places. As I mentioned earlier,
another thing that helped start Bee Sweet Lemonade was
that my great granny Helen sent me a 1940s cookbook with her
favorite recipe of flax seed lemonade. And we didn’t know that
that– well, of course, we thought it was
special, but we didn’t know that that cookbook
would help start a business. We didn’t know it would be
an inspiration or anything, but actually, that cookbook
was the inspiration behind the product I chose. And we became inspired by,
one, just how the flax seed lemonade was made, and it
was such a special way, and two, how they had and
utilized flax seed back in those days, and three,
just the recipe, how it was old and special and
passed on from our family. So I just think that
inspiration helped create my business, a growing,
successful and thriving business. And the last
lesson, lesson four, is you can be sweet and
still be profitable. [LAUGHTER] [APPLAUSE] I’m a social entrepreneur. My business is focused
on giving back. And I donate my time and
money to saving the bees. And Bee Sweet
Lemonade is very proud to say that we are making a
measurable impact on saving the bees, and we’re
profitable at the same time. So with that, I want
everybody to conclude that we don’t have to choose
between being sweet and being profitable. AUDIENCE: Right. [APPLAUSE] MIKAILA ULMER: Again,
thank you for coming, and thank you for inviting me. If you’d like to learn more
about my business or my mission to save the bees, you
can visit my website at beesweetlemonade.com or my
social media sites, Google+, YouTube. So that, and I think we’re
going to do videos now. Thank you. [APPLAUSE]

What’s the Buzz about Bees?

What’s the Buzz about Bees?


Bees are crucial for agriculture,
food production and the economy So what’s the buzz about bees? Bees visit flowers to drink nectar and collect pollen,
bringing back to feed to the baby bees. As a bee gathers pollen,
it also moves pollen from flower to flower kickstarting the production of seeds and new plants!
This is ‘pollination’. And we need bees to pollinate lots of our fruits and
vegetables, wildflowers and flowering trees. In Ireland, we have one species of Honeybee,
21 bumblebee species, and 77 solitary bees. Contrary to popular belief, it’s actually our wild bees
– Bumblebees and Solitary bees – who are responsible for most pollination. The Honeybee usually lives in a hive managed by humans. There could be thousands of honeybees in one hive. Our 21 Irish Bumblebees come
in many different colours and sizes. When the Queen Bumblebee emerges from hibernation in spring, she first has to feed before she finds a nest site. She must visit thousands of flowers a day
just to gather enough energy to brood her first batch of eggs!
That’s a lot of work. A Queen Bumblebee usually makes its nest in long grass or
sometimes in old abandoned mouse burrows. A Bumblebee colony is much smaller that a honeybee’s,
with anything from about 40-250 bumblebees in a nest. The female workers collect all the pollen for the colony,
so they need lots of wildflowers to feed on. Only the newly mated Bumblebee queens survive the winter by
burrowing into North-facing banks to hibernate. As the name suggests, ‘Solitary bees’ do not live in social
communities like bumblebees or honeybees. In Ireland, there are 77 different types of solitary bees. 62 of them are Mining Bees – that dig out their nests in
bare ground in south or east facing banks. 15 are Cavity-nesters that live in existing cavities in
south-facing wood or stone. After mating, the female then finds
a suitable nest to lay her eggs. In each chamber she leaves a pollen loaf
for the larva to eat when it hatches out. When she has laid about 20 eggs,
she seals the nest and leaves. Only the larvae of the Solitary bees survive over winter – and when they emerge, they go their separate ways. Pollination is crucial for food production
and for our wild flowering plants. But unfortunately, in Ireland, our bee species have
undergone substantial declines since the 1980s. We have already lost two bee species through extinction and one-third of our 98 wild bee species
are now at serious risk. But the All-Ireland Pollinator Plan
is here to help reverse these declines! This plan identified 81 evidence-based actions
– across Public and Private land – that will create an Ireland where
pollinators can survive and thrive. The aim is to create a network of
pollinator-friendly habitats – to bring back that food and shelter that is
now missing from the landscape. If we want to help our bees help us produce crops there are a few simple things that we can do
to make Ireland more pollinator-friendly. In short, bees need pollen-rich flowers,
in bloom from early spring right through to late autumn! We have produced a series of guidelines
explaining how you can help. There are also lots of resources and tips on our website, as well as ‘How-to’ guides to help you
get busy and do your part.

Wolf family | WOLFOO AND BEE FRIENDS SEEK HONEY

Wolf family | WOLFOO AND BEE FRIENDS SEEK HONEY


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Rendering Beeswax: How to Clean Beeswax Part 3 | The Bush Bee Man

Rendering Beeswax: How to Clean Beeswax Part 3 | The Bush Bee Man


– So here we are at the
pointy end of the project, almost getting the wax
ready for the lovely wife to make her products. We’ve got our Aussie Wax
Melter back out again. There’s a free plug for them, not that we’re getting anything out of it, but it’s a good little bloomin’
piece of apparatus, eh. What you’ve got here is you’ve
just got the two levels. You’ve got a crack tap
and a clean wax tap. And we just gotta put some water in here. It always seems to be water and wax. I don’t know what that’s about, but it seems to be what goes on. (bees buzzing) Now we’re just gonna pop a bit of water, just to the bottom edge of this tap, and then we’ll go and get some
wax and pop that in there, and then we’ll get our shit together. How about that? I’m like Professor Sam de Miller, here’s one I’ve prepared earlier,
I’ve got the bucket ready. That’s like the side shows, or
the cooking shows, isn’t it? The cooking shows have always got that. Apparently some of those cooking shows, they have meals in reserve
in case they screw it up. They can just pull one out of the bloomin’ oven that was good! (water splashes) Like a bloke with prostate,
that was, wasn’t it? Anyway. Right, so that’s really goodness! And we’ll go and get our wax. So, this is stage 3 (laughs). (Quietly) Look at that. So, considering this is only stage 2. So, we’ve started there at stage, well, I don’t know, that’s
stage nothing, really. Isn’t it? (laughs) That was in the big pot,
we melted that down. We’ve got to this bit. And now, we might create a
product that the (laughs) wife can use. So, hell, if we get it
right we might actually show you come cool shit
that she’s putting together. (whistling tune) (singing) Home on the
range, where the bees and the wax (background
noise drowns out singing). Oh, hell. I might want
to put that up there. (groans) Golly. Anyway! We’ll just pop the wax in here,
and the thing with this is, this is a double boiler so
it’s very relaxed heating up. So, just nice and gentle,
warms the water on the outside. Anyway, there’s a (laughs)
water in between here and here, so the heating element isn’t
actually directly on the wax. So, the theory is it can
melt everything and it’s, there’s no turbulence. Turbulence? Oh, (scoffs) I
guess you call it turbulence, (mumbles) So it doesn’t move anyway. And, so hopefully that
shit’ll settle out rightly, and we’ll get beautiful, clean wax. (water splashing) Looks like a big lump of
Eden cheese, or what is it? What’s that, what’re those
cheese wheels that they make? (laughs) Imagine that,
how funny would that be? You put that in a, here you
are having a birthday party or something and you have
the cheese platter out and you put your cheese
knives sort of on the edge of it, and a little bit of, I don’t know. What do you put with that,
a bit of, what’s that? Quince jelly, that they have with cheese! Sit that next to it. I reckon that would be so funny. That’d be a bloopers reel, that would’ve, or whatever that’s, what was that bloomin’ stupid thing where they
make pranks on people? Anyway, we’re not going to do that. (water splashing) Oh, jeebus! (laughs) Alright, and now the little shrapnel bits. (wax knocking together) All the little bits and pieces. Pop them in here, as
well, around the bits. (wax clicking) My goodness, this should be good. (groans) What do we got? (singing) We got, we got, we got some wax. (shaking cooler) I’m sure Mr. Esky didn’t have that in mind when he (laughs) when he made this. A wax storage pot. Anyway, get the dirt off it. (wax knocking together) Right, very good, very good, very goodly. Now! Now, luckily we don’t have to stand here all night doing anything. We just go away and come
back in the morning. And, it’ll all be nicely mellowed out, and separated, and the
shit’ll be at the bottom, and the cool stuff’ll be in the middle. And, then we can, hopefully
we can find some molds to put it in. Otherwise, that’ll be a bit of a bummer. Be like when I started this project. I put it in all me lunchboxes,
and (laughs) the other day I was wondering where they all went. And I (mumbles). Anyway, I
fossicked through the shed, and I found them all sort
of half full of old wax. (sighs) Shh, don’t tell her. I think she (mumbles). The wife did actually
have a good excuse to buy a nice, new lunchbox. (laughs) ‘Cause now they’re all
out there. So anyway. All’s well that ends well. See you in the morning! (lid clanks) Oh, smells bloody good. I don’t think we’d want to
make soup there, though. Cool, look at that. So, it, the plan is we have a little bit of floaty shit on the top. Hopefully, hardly any. I reckon I can see one
little bit over here that I might flick out. And then the muck’s on the bottom, so we’re just going to drain that around this other tap in a minute. And then we should be able to drain beautiful, pure wax off of here to pour in our little molds. (gasp) And the Bush Bee Man’s wife is going to be most impressed, I hope. So golly gosh, it’s a bit of a project! But it should be good. (background whooshing) I’m just having a review (pots clanging) I think maybe I’ll just my old sauce pan rather than mother’s good glass jug. Otherwise, I’m sure that
all gets covered in wax. I would not be popular,
because I reckon that might’ve been her Nanna’s, so that’s
probably a family heirloom. So I would get in all
sorts of trouble for that! So look at that. I’m
turning over a new leaf. So we’re going to open this tap, which, if you remember,
we’ve got the water just about here, a little tiny bit. About there, if you can see. So we’re going to let the sediment that’s come underneath the wax out the bottom. We’ll run a little bit of wax out of there until we think we looks
like it’s cleaned up a bit. And then the middle
part, all of this part, from here to here, should be pure wax until we get to the top which will have a little bit of floaty stuff, as well. And then we’ll put that through a filter. So here we go. Are we ready? (gasp) The excitement of it all, folks! (laughs) (water splashing) Here comes the crap. Right, stopping. And we’re going to tip that out because that’s just the water and stuff. And then we’ll let it run a little bit of wax off that we’ll still keep. (birds chirping) My one hand sauce pan. It did have a handle on the other side, once upon a time. (laughs) (pot clanking) (wax splashing) I think that’ll do. So in theory we should have a beautiful lot of wax in there. So we’ve got our, we’ve even got ourselves a special beeswax jug. I’m fairly sure I didn’t
write that on there. (laughs) But, anyway, the wife’s efficient. Not really sure what
she was trying to say. Yes, because, that’s right, because we’ve got another jug like this which she uses for pouring the soap and the
lip balms and whatever else. All the other stuff that’s
pre-made out of this product. So here we go! So we’ve got cool little
molds that the wife’s got. When I first started
making this beeswax for her I’d send it in to this
pretty great big chunk. And then she was in the kitchen trying to chop it up into little pieces. And so there’s been great
excitement since she’s gone, “Give me some pieces the
right size that I can just operate with.” And so, anyway. These are pretty molds, and
so, hell, you never know! We might pretty-ass beeswax
on the website, as well, and you can buy your own
and do something with it. Maybe you can make your own (mumbles) What are those wax
covered things that they make with the cloth and
they iron the wax on there? And then you’ve got
all natural, instead of using Glad Wrap, you’ve got an all natural food covering. (stammers) An all natural food covering. (laughs) Anyway, here comes some wax! So this used to have a
little bendy, tappy thing on here, as well, or an outlet. But I’ve taken it off, so
hope (mumbles) we don’t get covered in hot beeswax. Because it used to get blocked up, and then you had to get a bit of wire and poke up there. So now I’ve just got a patented stick to clean it out with. Are we ready? (wax splashing) Now this is the tricky part for an expert such as myself. Trying to make nicely little pouring bits. (wax pouring) So if one bee, in it’s life, will make a teaspoon of honey, I wonder how many bees it takes to make like a kilogram of wax. Or a teaspoon of wax. And the weird thing with wax, of course, is that it’s about the only thing that the bees don’t recycle. Because they don’t normally, like they’ll, they’ll take pollen to, they store it up. And they’ll take the honey
they’ve stored up and use it up. But if you use a slab of beeswax here, they don’t, sort of,
turn up and chew on it, and take it home and reuse it. So obviously they need
it to be nice and fresh. When they make their
nice little wax flakes on their bellies, and rub them together. But I’d just be curious to know, how many bees would it take to make a kilogram of wax, I wonder? I’m sure there’s somebody
out there that’s done it. It’s a bee studier-upperer. Is that a word? Studier-upperer? Bee studier-upperer. I’m sure it’s not called studier-upperer. (wax pouring) (upbeat guitar music) So this is why I took the bend off of this little excitement,
because look at that. Oh no, nothing’s happening,
nothing’s happening! So when I had the bend
on it, I had to bend the bloody wire and try to
shove it around there. And that was a bit crazy. So I decided, I guess get a skewer. Just give it a little poke with me skewer. Give it a little poke,
little bit of a wriggle. And then off we go! (upbeat guitar music) Pop the little darlings out here and make them look pretty. When we get to the quality control officer she’ll be flicking bits
out, back into the pot. Look at that. (mumbles) The boss will say, “Bush Bee Man, what sort of consistency
do you call that?” (laughs) God! Tell ya what. I don’t know. Anywyay. That one’s really bad. (laughs) These are very cool little molds. And the come out nice, too. Have a look at that.
Looks like a, what that, was probably meant to be
the beeswax soap molds. Hope we’re not in trouble
when the boss gets home. (laughs) Oh, hell. Anyway. Smells amazing. (sniffs) Mm-mm-mm. That’s probably why it smells so cool when you make candles out of beeswax. (pans clanking) So we’re on the home stretch! We’ve just run out the
sediment down into this, I don’t know what you call that, but that’s like last
little bit of the slurry. So now this might shock you viewers, but actually one very
important thing to do if you’re going to get
one of these heater-upper machines, is clean the bloody thing up after every lap. Don’t leave all the shit in there, because it’s bloody hard to
get off when it gets cold. Easy enough to wipe up
with some paper towels when it’s warm, but if
you let it get cold, it’s an absolute nightmare. (liquid pouring) Hey. Take a hint from the roughest
beekeeper your going to meet. (wax splashing) (Melter clanking) Now I’ll just go and get some towel. We’ll clean up our mess, and then we’ll be on to the next project. (upbeat guitar music) The things you do. (laughs) Clean up the wax. Anyway, we’re at least at this point, and this is about, well, I think my involvement is still going to be continuing on, but this is where I’m handing over the in
charge-ness of it all to my lovely wife, who’s going to take these fabulously clean wax that we’ve got organized here. Unless, of course, you pop on the website and buy it before she gets ahold of it. Which is a very real possibility. And we can make ourselves some lip balm, which is kind of groovy shit. Which I really enjoy. Even though you wouldn’t believe a bloke would use lip balm, but it’s kind of cool. The son-in-law reckons it’s great, too. He’s got a couple of pots. And she’s make this wicked-ass hand and body cream which is kind of cool. That’s really nice. It makes your skin all soft and beautiful. And she’s got lovely soft hands from that. Keeps you all well. And I made some shaving cream which is kind of groovy, yes. I even put some mead in
there for a bit of flavor so, if you want to get your hands, blokes, on some mead-flavored shaving cream. (tongue clicks) (laughs) That was a bit mischievous. But, anyway! The other thing about the shaving cream that I found it my jolly razor’s been lasting like heaps longer. It doesn’t all block up in the things. And there’s some beard
balm in the pipe-works. So that won’t be too far
away from the website. Next, maybe, you can even
put some on your eyebrows. Keep them in order. And anyway, there’s going to be some other cool products that we’ve got organized, little bit at a time. I would imagine, I want to have a go at making some candles, but I’ll just see how I get on with rubbing out anywhere any of this. But I figure these plain blocks I could melt down – that looks a little bit like soap, doesn’t it? I could melt that down and maybe try making a candle. But, that might depend
on supply and demand. I hope that makes some sense. If you’re in to
beekeeping, give that a go. Get some wax yourself. If you’re not in to beekeeping, and you want to get yourselves some wax without any of the mess that went involving to get to this point, (tongue clicks) click over to the Bush Bee Company website and maybe you
can grab yourself some. (bees buzzing)

Film Theory: The Bee Movie LIED To You!

Film Theory: The Bee Movie LIED To You!


At least you’re out in the world. You must meet a lot of girls. [MatPat] Barry, is that why you left the Beehive? To meet lady bees? Because I hate to break it to you, but… you already have. Hey, those are pollen jocks! Wow! Hey Jocks. What do you think buzzy boy Are you Bee enough? I’m not talking about those ones right there I’m talking about THOSE ones. worker bees that go out and gather pollen what you know as the pollen jocks Yeah, they’re all female [dun dun dun] A L L F E M A L E *donkey noise* QUE THE MUSIC Hello Internet welcome to film theory! the show that’s about to give BuzzFeed a run for its money, duh *pun intended* Hey it all makes sense to me now after staring at this stupid Movie for WAY too long something just clicked as I’m writing this script you notice Everyone’s hair cut in this movie the women all have beehive hairstyles obBEEous joke is obBEEous But the guys they’ll have buzz cuts buzz cuts and here you’ll think that my jokes are bad This is a REAL movie that ran in REAL movie theaters Ladies and gentlemen this Premium Content I’m sure by now. You’re all familiar with the memes coming out of the B movie But in case you’ve never actually stopped TO WATCH the movie, or you did watch it But need a refresher because the plot wasn’t exactly the most memorable thing about it well (yeah thats exacty what i was gonna say) Then here’s what you need to know Barry B. Benson is a honeybee who travels outside of the hive falls in love with a human woman named V A N E S S A [Saxy Voice] “You Coming?” (NOT YOUTUBE FREINDLY) [No] And eventually uncovers a shocking conspiracy the bees are being enslaved by humans to produce, honey [Vanessa] it’s just Honey, Barry [that retarded bee] Just- What? Bees don’t know about this This is stealing a lot of stealing [MatPat]so Barry decides to sue the entire Honey industry and WINS. as you can imagine this has some unintended Consequences. Now that humans are no longer eating honey, the pollen jocks that harvest nectar for the hive No longer have to work and that causes the world’s plants to start wilting so it’s up to Barry [And V A N E S S A] To find the last remaining flowers in America and pollinate plant life on earth before it’s too late Oh, and a buncha of bees team up to save a commercial jetliner from crashing Oh, yeah, there’s also that moment where[V A N E S S A] dies in a gruesome parasailing accident [Spoiler Alert : [Gruesome Crash] RIP. SO MANY things are wrong about this film. The fact that bees and humans can apparently Talk to each other yet Barry’s the first bee ever to try striking up a conversation with anyone [ya like jazz?] just the fact that Barry has a romantic rival and that romantic rival is a human but besides that the fact that Ken his romantic rival has a bee allergy that the movie just treats like a joke even though Bee allergies [Anaphylaxis] are very real and very serious medical problems I mean seriously you think that people are spending hundreds of dollars on EpiPens just for the LOLS? And yet ken is the one who’s treated like the villain because he doesn’t want to be in a room with the bee who could potentially kill him and all of this wrapped in a movie about a love affair between an insect and a human NAY Jerry Seinfeld and a human perhaps worst of all is the message of the film that bees are a VITAL part of the ecosystem And without them plant life as we know it would be wiped out because this simply isn’t true in fact It’s the complete opposite from us [V A N E S S A] And the environment as a whole would be better off if Barry B Benson, and his brash buddies would just buzz off. Permanently. Yeah, I know. We’re all trained to love bees at this point, but get ready because today. I’m gonna prove how everyone especially the 🅱🅴🅴 movie has been lying to us. Now what got me started on this episode was something I said a few weeks ago in the Tide Pod episode Honeybee populations are on the rise for like the first time ever and I shared that as a positive news story But after I finished that episode it got me researching we hear all the time that honeybee Populations are on the decline and that this is a terrible thing for the ecosystem But is it really? I was honestly surprised by what I found first honey bees aren’t actually native to North America They’re an invasive species that was first introduced back in 1622 when European settlers brought ’em over the Native Americans even called them ”the white man’s fly”. let’s be clear, they weren’t brought over for Their ability to pollinate plants, but rather for their honey honeybees we see in the U.S. Like Barry B. Benson all just started as ”Agricultural animals” like cows probably more accurately, like chickens. Chickens are used to produce eggs, bees are used to produce honey. It actually took another 200 years before honeybees were brought over to California during the gold rush in 1853 and of course, in all of that time it’s not like the North American continent was like some desolate Desert. Plant life was THRIVING in the Americas for thousands of years before European settlers showed up with their fancy beehives So how is that possible? Is everything we’ve been told about honeybees being an essential part of the ecosystem and a vital part of the reproductive lifecycle of flowers wrong well yea. A-and no but yeah you see pollinators are ABSOULUTELY vital 75% of all crops require pollination however the idea that honeybees are a critical part of that process in the U.S. Is a complete and utter? Myth first these black and yellow striped. Honeybees aren’t the only type of bee out there. There are more than 20,000 species of bees yeah 20,000 the black and yellow stripe be kind known formerly as the apis mellifera This formerly is the Western honeybee is just one of them for example take Agra post him on a genus of bee That sounds more like a rejected Digimon than an insect critical for sustained plant life on earth digivolve into These insects do make honey And they look nothing like Barry be Benson or the bees that we’re all familiar with but these little green guys are bees nonetheless They’re known as sweat bees unlike honey bees which get their nutrients by making honey from the nectar of flowers These feed from the sweat of mammals, and yeah when I say mammals that includes humans So if you’ve ever found yourself on a hot day swatting at one of these green gray little bugs that seems to enjoy Landing on your neck it might not be a flyer wasps But a sweat thirsty be trying to get a taste of that salty secretion. Let me lick your neck So yeah, if you’re starting to feel like you’ve been lied to your whole life about bees well You kind of have been let’s just rip that band-aid off entirely right now bees aren’t just yellow and black only a very few species Actually make honey most don’t do that twerk dance that we’ve been taught that they do for most bees Stinging does not mean death if they even sting at all and those twenty thousand species of bees aren’t the only pollinators out there pollen wasps ants butterflies moths even some species of beetle can get the job done too top story a Tri-county bee Barry Benson is saying he intends to sue the human race for stealing our So if the world’s honey economy were thrown into turmoil by a lawsuit set in motion by a talking Honeybee you somehow figured out how to work the American legal system no problem There’d actually be plenty of other Non-dancing equally hard-working bees out there to pick up the slack or at least there would have been if it wasn’t for Barry B Benson in the first place That’s right, Barry and the rest of the Western honeybees are murderers But you don’t see anyone putting them on trial at least until today And you had better BEE-lieve that this insect uprising needs to be squashed! What I mean is that there are? Conservationists out there who believe that the environment would be better off without Honeybees remember how I said honey bees are an invasive species brought in by the colonists well according to dr. Jonas Gelman of the University of Cambridge honey bee hives harm the environment by crowding out all the other local pollinators quote there’s increasing evidence that unnaturally high densities of honeybees associated with beekeeping can exasperate declines in wild pollinators Besides competing with wild species for resources honeybees are linked to the spread of diseases to wild pollinators via shared flowers an effect, that’s likely amplified by trade, width and movement of Honeybees end quote. This isn’t just some random guy ranting on his blog on the internet. This was published in Nature Nature the scientifically reputable magazine Not.you know nature hasn’t published in the woods It’s not like this guy was pulling a primitive technology and cueing his article into the side of a tree this shall be my legacy anyway His conclusions aren’t all that surprising anytime you introduce a new species to an environment or Often than not it’s gonna have negative consequences on the local species because the invader doesn’t have any natural predators and may be better suited to survive the new climate actually go much more in depth in this episode covering the invasive species of the Pokemon verse over on game theory so sting that I Icon after the episode – check it out But when it comes to western honeybees the data is there in another nature article published by first the author’s track the global decline of Bumblebees which again to be clear are different from Western honeybees they also don’t make honey But bumblebees are on the decline And it’s the honeybee diseases spilling over into their Populations that are causing it won’t again wild pollinators Such as bumblebees are in global decline when cause of which may be a pathogen spillover from managed pollinators like Honeybees the prevalence of deformed wing virus and the exotic parasite knows MLAT name in honey bees and bumblebees is Linked as honey bees have higher deformed wing virus prevalence and sympatric bumble bees and honey bees are infected by the same dwv strains apis remember That’s Latin name for Western honeybees is the likely source of at least one major emerging infectious disease in wild pollinators end quote And they’re not the only ones to conclude this another study again looking at the impact honeybees are having on bumble bee Populations concluded the following given the available evidence, it’s likely the pathogen spillover from commercial bees is contributing to the ongoing Decline of wild bumble bees in North America and that’s only one of the ways the honeybees are actually killing off their fellow pollinators! When you look at insects honeybees are unique because they actually remove nectar from flowers In order to make their honey while other insects are able to pollinate flowers without stealing the nectar Well that might not seem like that big of a deal this paper by Diane Thompson at the University of California, Santa Cruz found that the Western honeybees strategy of creating nectar scarcity for other species insures that the competition produced fewer offspring What a final time these results provide evidence tha Apis competitively suppress a native social be known to be an important pollinator with the potential for Cascading effects on native plant communities these have never been afraid to change the world Yeah, change it for the worse berry sit your bumble butt down Seinfeld I’m not done with you because if that wasn’t enough honey bees have one final secret advantage in all of this. They live in protected communities unlike other pollinators who have to fend for themselves in the wild honey bees because they’re Agricultural animals are protected by their farmers thus giving them a survival advantage It’s a whole heck of a lot easier for an insect species to survive when it gets to live in a safe little box on a farm! berry seems to think that honeybees are an important part of the environment But not could be further from the truth when it comes to ecological problems Barry isn’t part of the solution He’s part of the problem in a way the conclusion of the 🅱🅴🅴-movie is actually right about one thing Humans and honeybees do share a critical symbiotic relationship without human demand for honey Honeybee populations would collapse and fall into disrepair as mother nature Exacting a revenge on the invasive species that for so many years has kept the native insect Populations at bay Barry be Benson throughout the movie likes to pretend that Honeybees are the victim that they exist under the oppressive thumb of the evil human farmers But as this one has come true for you exploiting tiny helpless bees But Barry you and all those other Western honeybees we see throughout This movie are the real problem the real victims here are the native insect species whose Territory you’ve encroached on who you’ve deprived of nectar, and who you’ve out competed Thanks in large part to humanity’s protection in the courtroom Barry raises a chant of really these bees Free the bees indeed free the 19900 99 other bee species that the imperialist Western honeybees have been keeping down for hundreds of years Maybe then nature can exist the way, it was originally meant to but hey That’s just a theory! A FILM THEORY! bzzzzzzzzzzzzzz Cut. won’t you BEE a friend and join the loyal? Theorists? Click that subscribe button and while you’re clicking things make sure you click that box to the right to find out more about invasive Species and how cute animals across the world are dying? That’s that game theory episode? I mentioned earlier now if you’ll excuse me it’s time for me to buzz off I don’t know. I got nothing here at least until next week. I’ll see you then

Утепление газетами ульев-лежаков весной. Советы старых пчеловодов

Утепление газетами ульев-лежаков весной. Советы старых пчеловодов


Hello. My name is Dmitry. Today we will read newspapers in the apiary. To warm the hives with paper, I was advised by my mentor, an old beekeeper. It is better than polyethylene. I have not watched this colony of bees since autumn. Bees are sitting on the last frame, dead bees are not visible, that means order. Top lies the newspaper in these hives It’s warm in the stove. No condensation and moisture, dry and warm. Do not use political newspapers, the bees will become evil))) have a good day! goodbye !