Date: Tuesday, June 14 | Time: 7 pm | Location: Online on Zoom
Topic: The Game of Drones
Honey bee drones are the Rodney Dangerfields of the bee world: they (often) get no respect! Learn all about the amazing drones and their mysterious drone congregation areas (and how to find them using the other kind of drone) at this informative talk.
The main presentation starts at 7 pm, but feel free to sign in starting at 6:30 pm for a beginners Q&A session. See our Facebook page or join via the Zoom link above.
NOTE: Please post questions/comments in the Zoom chat. Facebook is not monitored during our educational meetings.
Please join us - our monthly meetings are always free and open to the public!
Beekeeping is all about doing the right things at the right time, and a big part of being able to do the right things at the right time is preparation.
For example, don't wait until you see swarm cells to take action to prevent swarming (you're probably too late at that point anyway), but prepare for spring swarms by adding more space or splitting your hives.
Not sure what you need to prepare for? The Beekeeping Calendar from Cornell University is a great resource!