Another Life: A landscape fit for our native honey bees

This exceptionally wet summer has been hard on Ireland’s honey bees, so that many hives need all the honey they hold to keep the colony alive through the winter. The extra rainfall of climate change strengthens the case for restoration of Ireland’s native honey bee, Apis mellifera mellifera, which is supported by the pollination plan through the Native Irish Honey Bee Society.

Read full article in the Irish Times

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