What is killing our honeybees?
The short answer...
But there are other reasons such as some viruses, fungicides and parasites.
Below are the best videos and reports that give you the best understanding about this issue.
Some people also say that Chemtrail / Geoengineering and Haarp is killing the bees.
1 of every 3 bites of food we eat is enabled by the pollination of bees.
We would only be able to live on the planet for 4 years if all bees disappeared 60% of bees have decreased in the last 40 years.
Also What are the dangers we face if we have no more bees and what can YOU do about saving the BEES.
Did you know?
Honeybees don't just make honey; they pollinate more than 90 of the tastiest flowering crops we have. Among them: apples, nuts, avocados, soybeans, asparagus, broccoli, celery, squash and cucumbers. And lots of the really sweet and tart stuff, too, including citrus fruit, peaches, kiwi, cherries, blueberries, cranberries, strawberries, cantaloupe and other melons.
"If the bee disappeared off the surface of the globe, then man would only have four years of life left." - Albert Einstein
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Why are the bees dying?
If the bee disappeared.
What You Can Do to Help Bees.
Killing Bees: Are Government and Industry Responsible?
Articles to read.
Research Firm Blames Monsanto for Bee Deaths.
Mystery of the disappearing bees: Solved!
If it were a novel, people would criticize the plot for being too far-fetched – thriving colonies disappear overnight without leaving a trace, the bodies of the victims are never found. Only in this case, it’s not fiction:
It’s what’s happening to fully a third of commercial beehives, over a million colonies every year. Seemingly healthy communities fly off never to return.
The queen bee and mother of the hive is abandoned to starve and die.
Are Bees the Next Mass-Extinction Species?
What's killing the bees? TIME magazine examines the crisis.
Here’s What’s Killing Bees…and Why We’re All Screwed!
Help Support Beekeeping, Bees Have A Lot To Teach Us.
Scientists May Have Finally Pinpointed What's Killing All The Honeybees.
What can you do?
Ten things to do to help honeybees.
1) Become a bee keeper
2) Help to protect swarms
3) Plant your garden with bee friendly plants
4) Buy local honey
5) Ask your MP to improve research into honey bee health
6) Find space for a beehive in your garden
7) Remove jars of foreign honey from outside the back door
8) Encourage local authorities to use bee friendly plants in public spaces
9) Learn more about this fascinating insect
10) Bee friendly
How to Attract Honey Bees?
Here are a few flowers bees particularly love:
Bees adore these fruits and vegetables:
Here's a list of herbs that bees love, for your reference:
source and more great reading and tips:
Butterflies, bees, birds suffering...humans next?
The TRUTH right here...
Pesticides linked to honeybee decline are affecting other species, scientists say.
Neurotoxic pesticides blamed for the decline of honeybees is also harming butterflies, worms, fish, and birds, and contaminating habitats worldwide which are crucial for food production and wildlife, scientists have concluded after a four-year assessment.
Societal regulations have not stopped habitats from being poisoned, said the analysis, despite neurotoxic pesticides already being held responsible for the global collapse in the bee population.
“Undertaking a full analysis of all the available literature (800 peer reviewed reports) the Task Force on Systemic Pesticides – a group of global, independent scientists has found that there is “clear evidence of harm sufficient to trigger regulatory action,” a press release accompanying the report noted.
Twenty-nine scientists from four different continents conducted the study, which found the unmistakable evidence of the link.
“I think the only acceptable dose of this systemic pesticide is just nothing – zero,” said Dr. Jean Marc Bonmatin, a researcher at CNRS-CBM lab in France. “We are able, in this laboratory, to detect very, very small amounts of these neurotoxins. And as toxicologists, we are able to test these toxicants on drosophila – on bees – and so on. So we are able to see the effect of such tiny amounts of neurotoxins.”
Love Bees and do all you can to help them.
Please support the Million Mask March November 5th all over the world, a march that will be world wide that will also support the protection and safety of our Honeybees.
By showing and displaying your sign to bring awareness.
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