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
•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'
•BeeHacker: This site
explores the confluence of beekeeping and
•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
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!
Beekeeper: Follow James on
his quest to obtain one, just one, pot of honey on
his first year of beekeeping.....
dealing with issues relating to aquatic insects
Bees •BWARS: Bees, Wasps
& Ants Recording Society (British).
awareness about the value of beekeeping for
•Help Save Bees: A campaign to
promote bee awareness.
•HK Honey: Beekeeping with
the Chinese honey bee: Apiscerana.
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
Honey: Beekeeper Helen
Griggs keeps bee hives at apiaries in the Kielder
Forest area of Northern Cumbria.
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.
invertebrate Conservation Trust.
•John Dumont: Sharing with
the world a love of invertebrate biology.
•The Spider Shop: Tarantulas and
•What’s that Bug?: An insect
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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