The photo is a bit blurry. Still, I’d like to share it, because it’s such a funny scene. Nuno is ready to start processing the honey harvest.
Last weekend we had our first spring weather. With 15˚C it was wonderful to play outside in the garden and the bees thought the same. That cheerful buzzing is one of the best things about beekeeping.
Asian hornets are threatening honey bees in Portugal. Here’s what you can do.
Around this time of year, beekeepers fight the varroa mite. This teeny-weeny little spider can only reproduce in a honey bee’s breeding cell.
Time for an update on our bees!
Will we harvest honey this year?
Keeping bees in Portugal. Compulsory registration, areas under surveillance for bee diseases and threat by Asian hornet.
We’ve found a bee swarm in our garden. Now we can start beekeeping in Portugal.
How do you say that in Portuguese and what are the rules for beekeepers in Portugal?