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  1. Hundreds expected at south Tulsa Great Honey SaleRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | KRMG-AM Tulsa

    Hundreds of people are expected at the Great Honey Sale Saturday morning. The Shadow Mountain Honey Company expects to sell out of honey at the event.

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  2. Honey Bees in the Summer Breeze open at Krohn ConservatoryRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | WLWT-TV Cincinnati

    ... AND PEOPLE CAN BRING BLANKETS, CHAIRS AND ENJOYED THE MOVIE. MOVIE. SOUNDS LIKE A GREAT ADDITION TO AND CAN YOU BUY HONEY? MARK: WE HAVE HONEY IN THE WEEKEND EVENTS. MEGAN: SOUNDS OF YOU HAVE LOTS SUMMER. THE PLANT SOCIETY DAY RUNS TODAY FROM 10:00 ...

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  3. Ministry of Agriculture and Fisheries has announced the 7th Omani Honey Souq for Omani beekeepers.Read the original story w/Photo

    9 hrs ago | Times of Oman

    Muscat: In order to promote honey in new markets, the Ministry of Agriculture and Fisheries has announced the 7th Omani Honey Souq for Omani beekeepers. The souq, which will be held in Muscat Grand Mall on July 27, will last for three days.

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  4. Bee Festival buzzes up MedinaRead the original story w/Photo

    12 hrs ago | Trading Post

    Emilee, 5, and Nick Simms, 8, of Medina, listen to beekeeper Paul Kosmos explain the life of a bee at the eighth annual Bee Festival. Clara Pressley, 6, of Copley, tries a sample of Oak Ridge Farm honey from farm employees Elise Parziale and Tessa Webb.

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  5. Blaine city worker sweet on bees sets up City Hall hiveRead the original story w/Photo

    14 hrs ago | Star Tribune

    ... is tucked beside a grove of trees, surrounded by grasses and wildflowers. Blaine's bees have been hard at work making honey since Hauck picked up his shipment of 2,000 worker bees and one queen in May. The workers, Hauck said, forage flowers up to a ...

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  6. Young BeekeeperRead the original story w/Photo

    17 hrs ago | KVEW-TV Kennewick

    ... man doing a great job," says co-owner Bill Dress of Ranch & Home. In addition to raising bees, he's collecting the honey, and selling it, making about $1,000 alone last year on just seven beehives. "He can bring bees, and makes people feel ...

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  7. City promoting 'bee safe' pesticide useRead the original story w/Photo

    18 hrs ago | The San Diego Union-Tribune

    ... possibly on a flowering plant somewhere near her home. It's a common problem that is decimating domesticated honey bees. Now, Wilson and Del Mar officials are trying to educate the public about the proper use of pesticides in home gardens to prevent ...

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  8. Honey hunters call, bird respondsRead the original story w/Photo

    19 hrs ago | The Telegraph

    ... National Reserve in northern Mozambique - both using specialised vocalised sounds - to guide them to bees' nests. Yao honey hunters looking for honeyguides give a special call that resembles a loud trill followed by a grunt - brrr-hmm - exclusively ...

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  9. A Girl Named TommieRead the original story w/Photo

    22 hrs ago | Coastal Breeze News

    ... the island, she sold her own "Elsie brand" jellies and jams to the guests. She even dabbled in beekeeping, selling her honey as well. Barron Gift Collier, the wealthy businessman who purchased 90% of Marco Island's property from Tommie's husband, ...

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  10. Study: Managed beehives can discourage crop-raiding elephantsRead the original story w/Photo

    22 hrs ago | Science Blog

    ... per minute, elephants avoided trees with hives altogether. The researchers also found that as activity levels rose, honey production fell because bees were shifting their resources from producing honey to producing bees for defense. For a Gabonese ...

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  11. This wild bird will guide you to a beehive, if you know the passwordRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Christian Science Monitor

    The greater honeyguide, Indicator indicator , is known for guiding people to beehives in the African bush in the hope that the human honey-hunters will leave beeswax behind for the birds to snack on. But if someone wants to be led to the buzzing hive dripping with sticky, golden honey, they might need to know the special password , according to a study published Thursday in the journal Science.

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  12. A male greater honeyguide in Niassa National Reserve in Mozambique.Read the original story

    Yesterday | Bay Area Business Woman

    ... orange-beaked wild birds, known as greater honeyguides, do just exactly that, guide humans to treasure troves of wild honey in the area. Humans have a difficult time locating the beehives by themselves, and the birds, given the appropriate ...

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  13. Bee bandits steal hundreds of hives from Northland forestRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Stuff.co.nz

    A public notice on Friday said 200 honey bee colonies - equating to 1 million bees - were stolen from the Topuni Forest, 10 Kilometres north of Wellsford some time in the week leading up to July 16. The bee colonies were the property of Watson & Son Limited, who were offering a $20,000 reward for information leading to the arrest and prosecution of whoever is responsible for the theft and the successful recovery of the hives. Its chief executive, Daniel Paul said: "As an organisation, ApiNZ wants to work with Police to address this problem, and find out what solutions we can put in place."

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  14. How Wild Birds Team Up With Humans To Guide Them To HoneyRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | News 88.9 KNPR

    An African bird called the Greater honeyguide is famous for leading people to honey, and a new study shows that the birds listen for certain human calls to figure out who wants to play follow-the-leader. "They're definitely not domesticated, and they're in no way coerced," says Claire Spottiswoode of the University of Cambridge in the United Kingdom.

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  15. This wild bird will lead you to a beehive, if you know the passwordRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Christian Science Monitor

    The greater honeyguide, Indicator indicator , is known for guiding people to beehives in the African bush in the hope that the human honey-hunters will leave beeswax behind for the birds to snack on. But if someone wants to be led to the buzzing hive dripping with golden, sticky honey, they might need to know the special password , according to a study published Thursday in the journal Science.

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  16. .com | Science analyses rare rapport between birds, peopleRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | News24

    You love wild animals so much that you want to kill them, stuff them, pop glass marbles into their eye sockets and display them above the lounge mantelpiece, asks Andreas Wilson-SpA th . Miami - For generations, people in Africa have partnered with wild birds called honeyguides to find bee hives and honey, and scientists said on Thursday they have analysed this rare rapport for the first time.

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  17. Humans and wild birds talk to each other to find honeyRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | ABC News

    Over thousands of years, honey hunters in northern Mozambique have forged a relationship with wild birds to find the location of bees' nests. But not only do humans seek out the small birds known as honeyguides, the birds also actively seek out humans ensuring both species benefit, a new study shows.

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  18. These amazing wild birds understand when people call them to help hunt for honeyRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | The Washington Post

    ... birds live across sub-Saharan Africa, and they do what their name implies: They guide people to beehives containing honey, which people have a hard time finding on their own and the birds can't access without being stung to death. For this service, ...

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  19. In Mozambique, honey-hunters summon birds to guide them to beehivesRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Los Angeles Times

    Yao honey-hunter Orlando Yassene holds a female greater honeyguide, which was temporarily captured for research in the Niassa National Reserve, Mozambique. Yao honey-hunter Orlando Yassene holds a female greater honeyguide, which was temporarily captured for research in the Niassa National Reserve, Mozambique.

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  20. A Passionate Urban Beekeeper Explains How He Tends to Over 50,000 Bees in New York CityRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Laughing Squid

    After tasting the raw honey that was made by his bees, Gothamist food editor Nell Casey got in touch with urban beekeeper Tom Wilk of Wilk Apiary to find out more about his craft. Wilk spoke with videographer Jessica Leibowitz about his passion for his hives , the nature of bees, why he uses smoke and how he overcame his fear of bugs by beekeeping.

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