A Fascinating Foray Into The Obsessions, Friendships, Scientific Curiosity, Misfortunes And Rewards Of Suburban Beekeeping Through The Eyes Of A Master BeekeeperWho Wants To Keep Bees And Why For The Answers, Master Beekeeper Frank Mortimer Invites Readers On An Eye Opening Journey Into The Secret World Of Bees, And The Singular World Of His Fellow Bee Keepers There S The Badger, Who Introduces Frank To The World Of Bees Rusty, A One Eyed Septuagenarian Bee Sting Therapist Certain That Honey Will Be The Currency Of The Future After The Governments Fail Scooby The Dude Who Gets A Meditative High Off The Awesome Vibes Of His Psychedelia Painted Hives And The Berserker, A Honeybee Hitman Who Teaches Frank A Rafter Raising Lesson In Staving Off The Harmful Influences Of An Evil Queen Squash Her, Mash Her, Kill, Kill, Kill Frank Also Crosses Paths With Those He Calls The Surgeons Precise And Protected , The Cowboys Improvisational And Unguarded And The Poseurs, Ex Corporate Cogs, YouTube Informed And Ill Prepared For The Stinging Reality Of Their New Lives In Connecting With This Club Of Disparate But Kindred Spirits, Frank Discovers The Centuries Old History Of The Trade The Practicality Of Maintaining It What Bees See, Think, And Feel Emotionless But Sometimes A Little Defensive How They Talk To Each Other And Socialize And What Can Be Done To Combat Their Biggest Threats, Both Human Anti Apiarist Extremists And Mite The Varroa DestructorWith A Swarm Of Offbeat Characters And Fascinating Facts Did That Bee Just Waggle Or Festoon , Frank The Bee Man Delivers An Informative, Funny, And Galvanizing Book About The Symbiotic Relationship Between Flower And Bee, And Bee And The Beekeepers Who Are Determined To Protect The Existence Of One Of The Most Beguiling And Invaluable Creatures On Earth
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- 304 pages
- Bee People and the Bugs They Love
- Frank Mortimer
- 18 November 2019 Frank Mortimer