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Timothy Small
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Beekeeping 101

Started Feb 4 0 Replies

i just want to say thanks to everyone. I had a great time, learned a lot, and my wife is mostly convinced on the idea of getting some bees. Continue

Can I use Lemon Grass Oil from Bed Bath and Beyond, can I use wax from a bees wax candle to bait?

Started this discussion. Last reply by charlie Tesoriere Sep 25, 2017. 6 Replies

I am build some NUC/Swarm Boxes,I have the carpentry skills and locations, however I need the oil and the wax to bait the traps.I searched the Internet and found that bed bath and beyond sells the…Continue

 

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"Hi Timothy, Sorry to be so long in getting back to you but I have been busy. It is easier and faster for me to respond via my personal email.  Hshawpt@yahoo.com as I can check that anywhere. My link to the bee site is often not possible or…"
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"If you keep the information to your self, you can pick up the bees one evening at sunset to get all the foragers. I’d like $50.00."
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Timothy Small is attending Lee Wisnioski's event

Workshop- Beekeeping 201, 101 at Vice President Eric Baxter's Apiary

April 7, 2018 from 9:30am to 1pm
Saturday April 7, 2018 9:30 am12986 Tangerine Blvd, West Palm Beach, 33412  (Loxahatchee)FREE to members who have paid their dues for 2018$10 for non members.201 Class is limited to 25 participants.Topics: How to split a hive, TRANSFERS from nucs, swarm traps, birdhouses to hive box. Beginners (NEWBEES) 101 ClassHow to pack a smoker.  "Which tools, equipment, bees should I buy.""What's a bee?" ;)Please bring your bee protection gear, if you have it!See More
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Timothy Small is attending Kevin Easton's event

NatureScaping 2018 at MacArthur Beach State Park at MacArthur State Park on Singer Island

March 3, 2018 from 10am to 3pm
An outdoor festival will be held at MacArthur State Park Saturday March 3rd from 10-3:00 pm. Our club will bee there helping educate people and selling honey to support our education goals. If you would like to help volunteer please leave a comment below. We could use 6-8 volunteers to cover our booth. Come and support our club. Tell your friends about PBC Beekeepers and this event.   We hope to see you there. See More
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Beekeeping 101

i just want to say thanks to everyone. I had a great time, learned a lot, and my wife is mostly convinced on the idea of getting some bees. See More
Feb 4

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Sunday February 4th, 2018 Beekeeping 101 Workshop at Kevin and Carol Easton's Residence

February 4, 2018 from 9am to 1pm
If you are a Non-paid current member you will need to bring a $ 10.00 donation! If your photo for your web page is not marked Paid 2018, unfortunately you are not a current paid member! Also, if you have bee protection equipment, please bring it!See More
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Saturday February 3rd, 2018 Beekeeping 101 Workshop at Kevin and Carol Easton's Residence

February 3, 2018 from 12:30pm to 4:30pm
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South Florida Bee Supplies at WPB February Meeting! at Pine Jog Environmental Center

February 2, 2018 from 5pm to 7pm
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Jan 30

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Timothy Small posted a discussion

Can I use Lemon Grass Oil from Bed Bath and Beyond, can I use wax from a bees wax candle to bait?

I am build some NUC/Swarm Boxes,I have the carpentry skills and locations, however I need the oil and the wax to bait the traps.I searched the Internet and found that bed bath and beyond sells the lemon grass oil, and bees wax candles can be found locally as well.Any comments or advice?ThanksTimSee More
Sep 24, 2017

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Timothy Small is attending Palm Beach County Beekeepers's event
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Dr. Juliana Rangel-Posada at the Fun Meeting October 6th at Pine Jog Educational Center

October 6, 2017 from 6:30pm to 8pm
Dr. Juliana Rangel-Posada will be speaking on the Topic of :The Behavioral Ecology of Swarming.Born in Colombia, South America, Dr. Rangel-Posada moved with her family to the United States in 1998. She graduated in 2004 from the program of Ecology, Behavior, and Evolution at the University of California, San Diego. That same year she began her doctoral studies under Dr. Thomas Seeley at Cornell University.In January 2013, Dr. Rangel-Posada became Assistant Professor of Apiculture in the…See More
Sep 24, 2017

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At 8:17am on April 8, 2018,
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Holly K Shaw
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Hi Timothy,

Sorry to be so long in getting back to you but I have been busy. It is easier and faster for me to respond via my personal email.  Hshawpt@yahoo.com as I can check that anywhere. My link to the bee site is often not possible or tedious. To answer your question, yes you bring a nuc and 5 frames to my place about 1/2 hour befor sunset. we take out your frames and place your nuc in my nuc's place  transfer my frames into it and wait for the foragers to come home. We screen it up and you can take it home.

You can do this when it's not raining. Bees get upset if the weather is bad.  Call me when you decide what you want to do. 561-509-4599. On weekdays please call after 5 pm as I can't take personal calls at work.

Holly

At 9:50pm on April 4, 2018,
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Holly K Shaw
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If you keep the information to your self, you can pick up the bees one evening at sunset to get all the foragers. I’d like $50.00.
At 6:32pm on March 12, 2018,
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Cg
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Got one hive back.  Doesn’t seem very active altho weather is so weird right now.  Waiting for the other one and to talk to John. 

 
 
 

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