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Honey Month 2019!

HONEY MONTH MAY 1st - 31st 2019 PROGRAM During the month of May the beekeeping industry has designed some creative and fun- loving events all around Perth. We are very excited to have more then 30 events, activities and master classes! Highlight / Main Events /...

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Feb/March News 2019

Continuing on the theme of the season, yes the bees are healthy, they remain fairly 'unhappy'. The nectar flows of summer have not eventuated, or been patchy at best. The weather has been moodier than a cat in a bath, and this is reflected in dry flowering,...

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Welcome to 2019!

Mr T is out and about in the South West every week, both for PhD work and for the bees. The lack of flowers, or poor flowering in traditionally excellent sites is proving difficult for the bees - and beekeepers! A tough season for all; many Beeks are having to do...

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Christmas News!

Our urban sites have done very well over the last month or so, with an exceptionally beautiful showing of Jacaranda trees….

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October Update

Did you know there are over 25,000 species of bees in the world? From those, only about 10 are the ‘true’ honey bee…

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September Update

I’d like to be able to tell you that Spring is finally here, but wouldn’t hold my breath just yet! She has been rather shy this year, taking her time to come out. Today the sun is shining and that makes me happy 🙂

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August Update

So it’s pretty cold and wooly out there, but I am surrounded by awesome sounds and smells here at Yagan Square…

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July Update

Why does honey go hard? With with the cold, comes a time when the honey will start to harden, known as crystallization, granulation or candying…

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June Update

Our bees are happy wintering up North at the moment, with most of them enjoyed the warmer climes, on the banksia and coastal wildflowers from Watheroo NP…

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