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Re: Fwd: Melissa garden & honey bee sanctuary

It is probably the new flow hive that has been getting a lot of press lately. I'm not sure how effective it actually is, or the impacts it could have on colony
MaLisa Spring
8:02 PM
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Fwd: Melissa garden & honey bee sanctuary

Does anyone know and understand the device my friend is writing about? Peter ... From: Yvonne Hyde Date: Fri, Apr 24, 2015 at 9:26
Peter Bernhardt
7:48 PM
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bee nesting images

Hi Everyone, I'm helping Kate Frey, a renowned garden designer, with her book on gardening for bees for Ten Speed Press. Kate is a force for good in the high
glebuhn
9:29 AM
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NH Bee BioBlitz from June 26-29 at the White Mountain National Fores

All: Am forwarding this for Sandra Rehan...use links below to reply! sam ... The Bee Lab at the University of New Hampshire is organizing a Bee BioBlitz of
Droege, Sam
8:08 AM
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Fwd: [beemonitoring] Re: Something New To Worry About?

... From: Cane, Jim Date: Wed, Apr 22, 2015 at 9:24 AM Subject: RE: [beemonitoring] Re: Something New To Worry About? To: Peter
Peter Bernhardt
Apr 22
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Re: Emerging now in NJ?

On 4/22/15 2:22 PM, 'Kimberly N. Russell' kimberlyrus@... ... As a long-time resident of nearby Long Island, I know that Halictus rubicundus begins
Doug Yanega
Apr 22
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Re: Emerging now in NJ? [1 Attachment]

Both Colletes and Andrena are non- aggressive bees.  However, while most female Andrena can't sting and have earned the name tickle bees,  female Colletes
Jack Neff
Apr 22
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Re: Emerging now in NJ? [1 Attachment]

This is all great. I have at least temporarily stopped them from calling the exterminators! They have asked me to come out tomorrow to take a closer look. This
Kimberly N. Russell
Apr 22
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Re: Emerging now in NJ? [1 Attachment]

Hi Kimberly, I’ll send out an essay Xerces just sent to our enewsletter. Maybe it will help. Mace *Mace Vaughan* Pollinator Conservation Program Co-Director
    Mace Vaughan
    Apr 22
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    FW: The Tickle Bees of Sabin Elementary School

    *From:* The Xerces Society [mailto:enewsletter@...] *Sent:* Wednesday, April 22, 2015 12:07 PM *To:* mace@... *Subject:* The Tickle Bees of Sabin
    Mace Vaughan
    Apr 22
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    Re: Emerging now in NJ? [1 Attachment]

    Colletes and Andrena are early spring mining bees...both harmless! And adorable...see photo of Colletes inaequalis. On Wed, Apr 22, 2015 at 4:45 PM, 'Kimberly
    Laura Russo
    Apr 22
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    Emerging now in NJ?

    Hey All, I am trying to intervene to stop an extermination on this Earth Day! A friend sent me this photo of nests from which she says "digger bees" are
    Kimberly N. Russell
    Apr 22
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    Re: Something New To Worry About?

    Dear Bart: Thank you for for finding these two papers. It allows us all to discriminate between an actual piece of research and how a newspaper boils down
    Peter Bernhardt
    Apr 22
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    Re: Something New To Worry About?

    two more interesting articles on pollen http://journals.plos.org/plosone/article?id=10.1371/journal.pone.0121731
    Bart Lawrence
    Apr 22
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    Something New To Worry About

    The following link appeared in The New York Times this morning. Perhaps Dr M. Scofield is a member of this list serve and would like to expand on her
    Peter Bernhardt
    Apr 21
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