Pieces of honeycomb ready to put in containers
Fresh pollen in the beehive collection tray.
A swarm of wonderful honeybees entering their new home.
My backyard where the bees are at; Cimarron River
LIDEFO community mobilizers with some of the honey they produce and market in Uganda. LIDEFO is a group I work with a lot. I went there to help them with their beekeeping program in 2011. Very worthy group to support.
Beehive in Uganda. These are the so-called “killer bees”. Pretty calm here!
My Mom with the bees
This is how bees start out. The little white thing in the center of each hexagonal cell is a bee egg! For size, half of an adult bee is in the picture.
One of Wren’s early sketches….unsettling…..don’t know which side the soldier is fighting for but there sure is a message.
Beekeeper’s family in Uganda. Hi Simeon!
Wren working with the bees in normal studly mode. He bears a great resemblance to his Daddy.
The group I worked with in Nialeya, Guinea. About every man was a beekeeper!
Traditional beehive in Guinea. Most people had these. Unfortunately they can not be worked without destroying them.