February 2012

Vol.113, No8

Wild hives of Apis laboriosa clinging to a cliff-face near Ghat, Nepal – altitude 3400m. The colonies of this giant honeybee migrate each winter to lower altitudes. (see Inside article)

Wild hives of Apis laboriosa clinging to a cliff-face near Ghat, Nepal – altitude 3400m. The colonies of this giant honeybee migrate each winter to lower altitudes. (see Inside article)

  • The Plight of Argentina (and others)
  • Editorial Notes….
    • Copy Deadlines
    • www.theabk.com.au
    • Eric Tourneret’s Website
    • WA Suffers Drastic Reduction in Honey Crop
    • Beware Scam Honey Buyers
    • The world’s most internationally-known (notorious?) Beekeeper?
    • Stolen Hives in Victoria
    • ‘Elroy’, the AFB Detector
  • LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
    • Ambivalent Stand on Use of Chemicals
    • Editor’s Response:
  • IN THE APIARY
    • On Calming Aggressive Bees, Observing SHB and Counting Bees
    • NSW DPI – COMPLIANCE OPERATIONS – APIARIES
    • Small Hive Beetle Publication
  • NPWS VACANT BEE SITES
  • Golden Bee Scores a Heritage Listing
  • Are You a Beekeeper? Or a Bee-haver?
  • SEMINAR: INTRODUCTION TO THE WORK PLACE HEALTH & SAFETY ACT
  • A Glimpse of Beekeeping in Nepal
  • The Healing Touch of Honey
  • Vale Gretchen Wheen
  • Response by Chemical Companies to Neonicatinoid Claims
  • Doctors Discover an Ancient Solution to Modern Health Care Woes -- Honey
  • BEGINNING IN BEES
    • Part 316 Honey Drinks
    • Part 316(a) Honey Drinks – Honey Beers
    • Part 316(b) Honey Drinks – Honey Wines
    • Part 316(c) Honey Drinks – Meads
    • Part 316(d) Honey Drinks – Alcohol Content
  • BEEKEEPERS’ASSOCIATIONS