As a lover of nature once said: happy he who, resting in the grass in the evening close to an apiary, in the company of his dog, heard the song of the bees blending itself with the chirping of the crickets, with the sound of the wind in the trees, the twinkling of the stars and the slow march of the clouds!
“Researchers take advantage of photography technology developed by the U.S. Army to capture beautiful portraits of bees native to North America”
The Amateur Beekeepers Association of NSW was established in the 1950′s to support amateur beekeepers, its motto being “better apiculture through knowledge.”
Many beekeeping related articles are published on the “Forum Entries” and other pages of this site.
There are now 8 branches, the Hunter Valley branch being based in the Hunter Region Botanic Gardens NSW where we have an apiary of some 20 hives. We meet monthly at 10am on the FOURTH Sunday of the month (except July and December).
We have over 50 members who come from Belmont to Barrington. We especially welcome inquiring visitors, potential new members and beginners.
People interested in bees and becoming beekeepers are invited to join the club. Periodically the club will run a “Beekeeping for beginners” course for members.
Danielle Lloyd-Prichard (President) Phone: 49 216 214
Linda Winn (Secretary) Phone 0409 721 614
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