Do beekeepers want bumble bees?
No honey bees for the honey.
Bees are terrified of fire, beekeepers puff smoke in to the hive to make the bees go to the bottom when removing the honey. I wouldn't recommend taking up smoking just to keep a bumble bee away though
a nest or hive with up to 80000 other bees and produce much more honey than it needs for itself. That is why beekeepers can remove some of the surplus honey without it having an adverse effect on the colony.edgfhjk
Carpenter Bees do not attack bumble bees.
Beekeepers sometimes catch swarms of bees, sometimes breed their own bees and sometimes buy them from a breeder.
what is the bumble bees prey
Beekeepers keep honeybees.
When not out foraging, bumble bees will be in their nest.
Bumble bees can not but honey bees sure can!
There are about 250 separate species of Bumble bees, and if you need their names, the entry on Bumble Bees in Wikipedia will guide you.
Bumble bees live in small nests.
No they do not. Bumble bees live underground.
If you want to start keeping bees, the best thing you can do is get in touch with a nearby beekeeper or contact your local beekeeping association. There is a lot to learn and other beekeepers will be only to pleased to help you.
Bumble bees make underground nests.
Bumble bees can sting, but they really have to be provoked before they do.
Beekeepers look after bees.
Yes, bumble bees are generally larger and are kind of fuzzy. Bumble bees do not lose their sting and die if they use it, as a honey bee will. (add) This is because bumble bees' stingers lack barbs, as honey bees do. This allows the bumble bees to sting repeatedly. The female bumble bee tends to be more aggresive than males(end). Honey Bees tend to be more aggresive
Bumble bees prefer a temparate climate.
Bumble bees have two pairs of wings
bumble bees don't eat flies. -Tk
bumble bees= honey bees and the ones that pollinate things boring bees= the ones that sting you and then die
Flowers and beekeepers
Bumble bees and honey bees.
Bumble bees can sting, but they really need to be provoked before they will.
Yes Bumble bees are herbivores because they eat honey and nectar
Bumble bees are barrel-shaped, fuzzy, and striped with yellow and black.
Beekeepers are people who keep bees in hives for the honey that they produce. Most beekeepers throughout the world are hobbyists although there are some very large organisations who farm bees, for honey production or for pollination purposes.
If they are anything like mosquito's, you could try covering one side of bread with marmite, and should last approximately two hours. Bumble Bees are harmless and I've had them on my skin, hair and even held them and never been stung. The pollinate and without pollination the Eco system is upset. Already there are scientists noticing a vast drop in Bubble Bees and Beekeepers are finding bees dead in their hives and they consider… Read More
Bumble bees do not produce honey. Honey bees produce honey. They are two different species.
Bumble bees are dying out due to disease. They believe it is the same issue honey bees have contracted but the issue is worse with honey bees.
Bumble bees, like all other insects, have six legs.
Bumble bees do not have honey pots, the keep their honey in honey combs.
Bumble bees polinate many fruits trees that humans enjoy.
A bumble bee is a bee -- just a different sort of bee. Bumble bees do collect nectar and make honey, but not in large enough quantities to make it worth harvesting. However bumble bees are excellent Pollinators, so bumble Bees can be worth keeping. Farmers will pay you money to lend them your hives for the season so that the bumble bees pollinate their crops.
They spread pollen and promote the growth and health of plants.
Honey bees collect honey. Bumble bees protect themselves
Yes, bumble bees are multicellular, as they have multiple cells that comprise the different parts of their body.
They live underground, usually in mud holes. Bumble bees burrow.
Bumble Bees - song - was created on 2000-08-01.
Bumble bees are usually placid but will defend themselves if they feel threatened.
Bumble bees are in the order hymenoptera
yes bumble bees do have antennae.
Yes, bumble bees have an exoskeleton.
Honey bees and bumble bees
Bumble bees don't live in a hive. A hive is an artificial home for honey bees provided for them by a beekeeper. Bumble bees tend to live in small holes in the ground that have been vacated by rodents and adapted for their own use.
Bees don't make candles but beekeepers sometimes do.
It is not known how long there have been beekeepers, but it is at least several thousand years. The ancient Egyptians, ancient Greeks and the Romans all kept bees.
Badgers are the biggest threat to bumble bees, digging up their nests for the larvae. They are also prey to many birds, as well as larger insects. Skunks will also eat bumble bees.
Humans kill bumble bees all the time, and i do believe that birds can swoop down and eat the bees from flowers or in flight. -InsectDirect
Yes, many beekeepers do.
No. Different species. Carpenter Bees make a hole for their nest in soft wood. Bumble Bees either nest on the ground, or in a tunnel nest in the ground.