Honey Bees 911
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Thursday, May 11, 2017 

FOX Radio Production: 103.1 WJGK

Special guest with host Annika Sonic

HoneyBees911.com founder Nick Catania talks with Annika Sonica on 103.1 WJGK.  Check out the recording to hear about swarming and this natural phenomenon that occurs every spring all over the country!  Honey bees are essential for our food supply and we need to pay attention to these fragile little creatures.  Annika and FOX 103.1 WJGK are helping to spread the word about our program and share the concerns of beekeepers throughout the country.

Wednesday, May 10, 2017 

County Executive Neuhaus urges residents to be kind to honey bees

Orange County Government, Office of County Executive Steven M. Neuhaus

Goshen, N.Y. – As the warm weather approaches, Orange County Executive Steven M. Neuhaus encourages residents to call a beekeeper to safely remove honey bees from their property and save the important insects.

 

According to the U.S. Department of Agriculture, honey bee populations face increasing risks from parasites, disease, lack of adequate nutrition and pesticide exposure.

 

Residents dealing with honey bees can call 911 to provide them with beekeeper resources available in Orange County. The website www.honeybees911.com has a list of beekeepers in the County. A beekeeper can safely gather...

 

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Tuesday, May 2, 2017 

HONEY HARVEST THREATENED

By Mark Reynolds, mreynolds@tcnewspapers.com

 

Sometimes we pass by small things and take little or no notice but for Marlborough beekeeper Nick Catania it is the diminutive honey bee that has grabbed his attention. He understands that these bees are threatened by chemicals, pesticides, herbicides as well as from parasites and pathogens and are struggling just to survive. He is sounding an alarm and is...

 

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A Honey Bee Swarm

Honey bees swarming on a high branch in a pine tree.

Photo by John Cardillo - Marlboro, NY

Swarm Rescue

MaryAnn Welsh and Amy Bothwell catching a swarm of honey bees from a cut branch and installing them into a hive box.

Photo by Christopher Darton

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