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A Third of America's Bee Colonies Died Last Year and That's 'Good News'? - Gizmodo;

A Third of America's Bee Colonies Died Last Year and That's 'Good News'? - Gizmodo

GizmodoA Third of America's Bee Colonies Died Last Year and That's 'Good News'?GizmodoYou know bees are having a rough time when a survey finds that professional beekeepers lost 33.2 percent of their colonies this year and that statistic is considered a significant improvement over the previous decade. Article preview thumbnail ...and more »

A third of America's honeybee colonies died in the last year - The Week Magazine;

A third of America's honeybee colonies died in the last year - The Week Magazine

The Week MagazineA third of America's honeybee colonies died in the last yearThe Week MagazineBeekeepers in the United States saw a third of their honeybee colonies die between April 2016 and April 2017, an annual survey finds. That sounds grim, but it's actually a slight improvement over similar assessments in the last decade, in which an ...and more »

Scientists stunned by huge honeybee discovery - BABW News;

Scientists stunned by huge honeybee discovery - BABW News

BABW NewsScientists stunned by huge honeybee discoveryBABW NewsA massive finding about honeybees could have huge implications for the future of farming in the United States. Scientists have just made a very big discovery about honeybees, a finding that could provide hope to growing concerns about a species that is ...and more »

Welcome News for Honey Bees - PharmiWeb.com (press release)

Welcome News for Honey BeesPharmiWeb.com (press release)RESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK, N.C., May 25, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Today's report of honey bee colony losses from the Bee Informed Partnership (BIP), in collaboration with the Apiary Inspectors of America (AIA) and the U.S. Department of Agriculture ...and more »

Beekepers lost 33% of honeybee colonies last year - Pulse Headlines;

Beekepers lost 33% of honeybee colonies last year - Pulse Headlines

Pulse HeadlinesBeekepers lost 33% of honeybee colonies last yearPulse HeadlinesIt seems as if there is a new glimmer of hope for the American honeybee population, as a new nationwide survey shows that beekeepers across the United States lost 33 percent of their honeybee colonies during the year between April 2016 and April 2017.and more »

Ten Years After the Crisis, What Is Happening to the World's Bees? - Truth-Out

Ten Years After the Crisis, What Is Happening to the World's Bees?Truth-OutTen years ago, beekeepers in the United States raised the alarm that thousands of their hives were mysteriously empty of bees. What followed was global concern over a new phenomenon: Colony Collapse Disorder. Since then we have realised that it was ...and more »

Survey finds US honeybee losses improve from horrible to bad - KRQE News 13;

Survey finds US honeybee losses improve from horrible to bad - KRQE News 13

KRQE News 13Survey finds US honeybee losses improve from horrible to badKRQE News 13WASHINGTON (AP) — There's a glimmer of hope for America's ailing honeybees as winter losses were the lowest in more than a decade, according to a U.S. survey of beekeepers released Thursday. Beekeepers lost 21 percent of their colonies over last ...and more »

U.S. beekeepers lost almost a third of their insects last year - Science Recorder;

U.S. beekeepers lost almost a third of their insects last year - Science Recorder

Science RecorderU.S. beekeepers lost almost a third of their insects last yearScience RecorderThe 33 percent drop in colony numbers is actually an improvement over past years, which saw populations decline 40 to 50 percent. PollyDot / Pixabay. 262. SHARES. ShareTweetRedditSubscribe. StumbleuponGoogleMail. Sign up to receive our weekly ...and more »

Study Finds Mixed News About Bee Populations - New Delhi Times;

Study Finds Mixed News About Bee Populations - New Delhi Times

New Delhi TimesStudy Finds Mixed News About Bee PopulationsNew Delhi TimesThere's a glimmer of hope for the American bee population. But, according to a new study, the outlook for this critical insect is mostly grim. Researchers report a slowing of the rate of decline in the bee population over the past year, dropping to its ...and more »

A third of the nation's honeybee colonies died last year. Why you should care - WCSH-TV;

A third of the nation's honeybee colonies died last year. Why you should care - WCSH-TV

WCSH-TVA third of the nation's honeybee colonies died last year. Why you should careWCSH-TVUSA TODAY - America's beekeepers watched as a third of the country's honeybee colonies were lost over the last year, part of a decade-long die-off experts said may threaten our food supply. The annual survey of roughly 5,000 beekeepers showed the 33% ...and more »

Survey finds some hope for U.S. honeybees - Press Herald;

Survey finds some hope for U.S. honeybees - Press Herald

Press HeraldSurvey finds some hope for U.S. honeybeesPress HeraldWinter losses were the lowest in more than a decade, according to a U.S. survey of beekeepers. By SETH BORENSTEINAssociated Press. Share. facebook · tweet · email · print. Comment. Read Article. WASHINGTON —There's a glimmer of hope for ...and more »

State releases honey bee health - Mountain Mail Newspaper;

State releases honey bee health - Mountain Mail Newspaper

Mountain Mail NewspaperState releases honey bee healthMountain Mail NewspaperThe Colorado Department of Agriculture shared the latest survey data on the health of managed honey bees in Colorado Monday. To gain a better understanding of current honey bee health in Colorado, the Colorado Department of Agriculture took part in the ...and more »

Survey: Keepers Experience Lowest Winter Honeybee Losses In More Than A Decade - KDLT News;

Survey: Keepers Experience Lowest Winter Honeybee Losses In More Than A Decade - KDLT News

KDLT NewsSurvey: Keepers Experience Lowest Winter Honeybee Losses In More Than A DecadeKDLT NewsMore Work To Do According To Adee Honey Farms: 'We're still losing six-fold higher that what was our baseline for decades." May 26, 2017. Jill Johnson. Share This: Facebook · Google+ · Linkedin · Pinterest · Twitter · Email. For nearly two decades, the ...and more »

US lost 33% of bee colonies last year, and that's not a bad thing - SlashGear

US lost 33% of bee colonies last year, and that's not a bad thingSlashGearThe Bee Informed Partnership has released a new study conducted in collaboration with the Apiary Inspectors of America, and the results are largely favorable. According to the study, beekeepers lost a bit over one-third of their bee colonies over the ...and more »

US Beekeepers Lost 33 Percent Of Bees In 2016-17 - Eurasia Review;

US Beekeepers Lost 33 Percent Of Bees In 2016-17 - Eurasia Review

Eurasia ReviewUS Beekeepers Lost 33 Percent Of Bees In 2016-17Eurasia ReviewBeekeepers across the United States lost 33 percent of their honey bee colonies during the year spanning April 2016 to April 2017, according to the latest preliminary results of an annual nationwide survey. Rates of both winter loss and summer loss–and ...and more »

A Third of U.S. Bee Colonies Died in the Last Year - Pacific Standard

A Third of U.S. Bee Colonies Died in the Last YearPacific StandardOver the last year, one-third of bee colonies in the United States disappeared. The die-off is the latest data point in a decade-long decline in the nation's honeybee colonies, brought about by a confluence of habitat loss, pesticides, and parasitic ...and more »

Three Reasons Honeybees are Dying, 2017 Edition - Inverse;

Three Reasons Honeybees are Dying, 2017 Edition - Inverse

InverseThree Reasons Honeybees are Dying, 2017 EditionInverseA survey of nearly 5,000 beekeepers across the United States has found a third of the bees they managed died between April 2016 and March 2017, which, while it sounds bad, isn't as bad as one would think, given the trouble bees have seen over the last ...and more »

Honey bee colony loss hits lowest point in years - AGDAILY;

Honey bee colony loss hits lowest point in years - AGDAILY

AGDAILYHoney bee colony loss hits lowest point in yearsAGDAILYThe rate of loss among honey bee colonies reached its lowest point in years, which is good news for these vital pollinators. A report from the Bee Informed Partnership, in collaboration with the Apiary Inspectors of America and the USDA, showed that an ...and more »

The Sweet Science of Florida's Honey Bees - WGCU News;

The Sweet Science of Florida's Honey Bees - WGCU News

WGCU NewsThe Sweet Science of Florida's Honey BeesWGCU NewsFundraising effort are underway for the humble honey bee, as the University of Florida's Honey Bee Research and Extension Laboratory reaches toward just shy of its $3.5 million goal to build a state-of the-art facility for scholars and Florida ...and more »