Resources

2015 Books available for borrowing from the GHBA library.

Additional books in our library with a synopsis by Barb. W. are available here.  


This is a link to a PDF copy of the book discussed at the April meeting of the GHBA.  Several members were interested in purchasing the book.  You can see the contents by clicking the link.

This image captures a comb of brood from a diseased honey bee colony.  It can be used to teach disease identification & bee biology.  On this frame are many examples of healthy & unhealthy brood.

Where have the Bees gone?  Passionate TED Talk 2008
Leading apiarist Dennis vanEngelsdorp looks at the gentle, misunderstood creature's important place in nature and the mystery behind its alarming disappearance.  

Organic Beekeeping for Beginners: Which Hive is Best?  An introduction to organic beekeeping, including a demonstration of a rather unusual hive - HEX Hive.

Library Resources (forwarded by Jim)
U o G has an excellent bee library, the Gates Library.  Not sure of public access?
http://www.lib.uoguelph.ca/resources/archival_&_special_collections/the_collections/digital_collections/agriculture/apiculture.htm

Cornell at Ithaca NY, also has the Phillips Library.  Both physical and digital access.
http://bees.library.cornell.edu/

Pictures of Drones & Varroa mites


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