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Bees, Benton, and my Back Yard
June 9, 2008 · 1 Comment

Thousands of new bees for our hive My neighbors had picked up my bees at the apiary in Navasota, since I was busy on the pick-up day.  Their drive back to Houston must have had a pleasant hum to it, with three “starter colonies” of bees in the backseat!  Each starter colony comes in a […]

Adventures in Beekeeping
May 20, 2008 · Be The First To Comment

If you’ve visited the Butterfly Center in the past year, you’ll see we have updated the upstairs and downstairs exhibit space outside the butterfly flight area.  One of the new sections is on bees, beekeeping, and honey, and we also installed an “observation bee hive” inside the butterfly flight area itself.  In the course of […]



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