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The latest updates from the National Bee Unit, including Asian Hornet sightings can be found here: Beebase News Web feed
British Beekeepers Association The leading organisation representing beekeepers.
Beebase. The National Bee Unit website. A resource for beekeepers, including help to manage your apiary records.
Colour Guide to Pollen Sources If you’re interested to know where your bees have been.
Wasps, bees and bumblebees Know the difference.
Building Bee gadgets (Beehacker.com)
RHS guide to plants for pollinators
Useful Sites and Blogs
Dave Cushman’s website. Developed by the late Dave Cushman, managed by Roger Patterson. ‘A sort of Wikibeedia’.
How to build your own national hive
Beekeeping Like a Girl Hilary Kearney is young, blonde and lives in California. But we don’t have to hold that against her, as she’s also a blogging beekeeper.
Treatment free beekeeping Read the article by Roy Hoskins of Swindon Honeybee Conservation Group.
Honey Bee Suite A well-written and informative website by Rusty Burlew in Washington State
Beespoke info An Irish beekeepers website with lots of useful info.
Ohio State University Beekeeping and Honey Bee Biology course This is free, but requires ITunes U software to run.
Teaching kids about honeybees Contains useful introductory information abut honeybees, particularly suitable for children and young people.
Bee related education material for KS1Rowse have produced these useful teaching resources.