NEXT SCHEDULED GENERAL MEETING WILL BE A ZOOM EVENT – MARCH 7TH 2024
March 7th 2024
Hey beekeepers! We have a very special guest speaker for our March 7th meeting!
We have the rare opportunity to present Dr. Thomas Seeley who will speak to us, via zoom, about Five Wondrous Behaviors of Honey Bees.
Dr. Thomas Seeley has devoted a lifetime to the study of honey bees, unraveling their secrets in a career spanning six decades. In the world of beekeeping, he is a rock star when it comes to honey bee behavior research.
Dr. Seeley will share his latest stories and discoveries about researching the behavior of the worker honey bee. We will learn how worker bees prevent mass asphyxiation, rouse sleepy foragers, call for help in unloading nectar, request help in grooming their bodies and stay informed that their colony is queenright.
He will also share information about his new book coming out soon/ April 9th titled, Piping Hot Bees and Boisterous Buzz-Runners – 20 Mysteries of Honey Bee Behavior Solved.
Dr. Seeley has offered to take time to answer any questions. All of it will be fascinating so mark your calendars.
When: Mar 7, 2024 06:00 PM Pacific Time (US and Canada)
Register in advance for this meeting by Clicking HERE: After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.
As usual, we will have a reminder email 30 minutes before meeting just so you don’t miss it.
Thomas D. Seeley is a professor in Biology at Cornell University. He is the author of Following the Wild Bees, Honeybee Democracy, Honeybee Ecology and The Wisdom of the Hive. Coming out soon, Piping Hot Bees and Boisterous Buzz-Runners – 20 Mysteries of Honey Bee Behavior Solved. He lives in Ithaca, New York.