Bee Interest & Arts • Follow the Honey: The finest in unique honeys and bee-inspired offerings to you and your sweet ones. • Hexapoda: Nature related artwork by Mielle Harvey. • HK Honey: Hong Kong beekeepers, artists & designers dedicated to urban honey & urban bee related arts. • Just Bee1: Bee photography by Angelika C. Braun. • Martin Cheung: Pin hole photographs of Asian honeybees. Martin's personal website: here.
Beekeeping • Apiservices: Promoting beekeeping and the bee as a pollinating agent, and the integration of beekeeping in interdisciplinary rural development projects. • Bad Beekeeping: One Thousand Great Places to Bee on the Web! • Beekeeping Shop: A beekeeping shop. • Biobees: Top Bar and Natural Beekeeping Forum: Natural beekeeping - chemical-free and sustainable. • British Beehives: traditional beehives made to an exacting high standard from first grade tight grain Canadian western red cedar sourced from FSC certified suppliers. • Bee Proof Suits: Innovative beekeeping clothing. Protective clothing designed by beekeepers to keep you cool and protect from stings. • Devon Beekeepers Association • East Grinstead Beekeepers Association • Glenn Apiaries: Dedicated to breeding honeybees for high honey production and disease resistance. • Learn Beekeeping: Beekeeping, for all levels, courses in Wiltshire, UK. • Natural Beekeeping Trust: Promoting ‘natural’ beekeeping. • North Pennine Bees: Beekeeping courses, UK. • Roof Top Honey: A vision of bringing bees to the city. • Scientific Beekeeping: Providing the progressive beekeeper with current worldwide scientific research. • Scottish Beekeepers: The website representing Scottish beekeepers nationally and internationally. • Stonewall Apiary LLC: Local Honey, Beeswax and beekeeping services. • Virtual Beekeeping Gallery: bees, honey, equipment, journals, market, associations, companies, classified ads, forums, tools, events, institutes, laboratories, museums, personalized advice, databases, links, etc. • Wakefield & Potefract Beekeepers’ Association • Weald Place Farm Bees: Suppliers of quality honey bees, honey & beekeeping equipment in the South East of England. • Wharfedale Beekeepers Association Blogs • Antblog: A budding community of ant enthusiasts. We study ants and track ants in the news. • Beetle Queen Conquers Tokyo: Japan's love affair with bugs. • Beeblog: The Beekeepers' Forum. • BeeHacker: This site explores the confluence of beekeeping and technology. • Bug Girl: Anything insect. Blog by a professional entomologist. • Bug Squad Blog: The blog of Kathy Keatley Garvey, communications specialist for UC Davis Department of Entomology. • Bumblebee.org: The blog of Bumblebee.org. • Honey Bee Suite: My goal is to help the bees that keep food on our tables and beauty in our lives. • Mark's Bees: The adventures of a backyard beekeeper in the Piedmont Triad area of North Carolina U.S.A. • Myrmecos: Alex Wild on insects, science, and photography. • Robo's World: Trial and Tribulations of a Hobby Beekeeper! • A Surrey Beekeeper: Follow James on his quest to obtain one, just one, pot of honey on his first year of beekeeping..... • The Dragonfly Woman: Entomologist dealing with issues relating to aquatic insects and water. Bees • BWARS: Bees, Wasps & Ants Recording Society (British). • Bees for Development: Raising awareness about the value of beekeeping for poverty alleviation. • Help Save Bees: A campaign to promote bee awareness. • HK Honey: Beekeeping with the Chinese honey bee: Apis cerana. • Operation Bumblebee: Reviving the fortunes of the humble bumblebee across the entire UK arable farming area. • Plan Bee: The Co-operative has launched Plan Bee, a 10-point plan to help reverse the decline in the British bee population.
Honey • Nook Farm Honey: Beekeeper Helen Griggs keeps bee hives at apiaries in the Kielder Forest area of Northern Cumbria. • Williams Honey Farm: Honey as nature intended: chemical and antibiotic free beekeeping.
Insects & Other Animals • antARK: This site aims to introduce and uncover the impossibly large world of ants. • Artists for Nature Foundation: ANF acts as a catalyst for nature conservation by asking artists to capture the spirit of endangered landscapes and species in their natural habitat. • Buglife: The invertebrate Conservation Trust. • John Dumont: Sharing with the world a love of invertebrate biology. • The Spider Shop: Tarantulas and other Arachnids. • What’s that Bug?: An insect identification website. Other Interest • Sark Paintings: Home of Sark artist Rosanne Guille and La Maison Rouge Gallery. • Tyzacks: All Tyzacks in the world come from a group of glassmakers living in Lorraine before 1400
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