Category Archives: Bee behaviour

1st Honeybee behaviour revision post: bee jobs

This is a revision post for the BBKA Module 6 Honeybee Behaviour exam. I’m trying to work my way through the syllabus, one section at a time. Starting at the beginning: 6.1 The candidate shall be able to give a … Continue reading

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Module 6 here I come

I’ve taken the probably over-ambitious decision to take the British Beekeeping Association’s Module 6: Honeybee Behaviour written exam in March. I have about 9 weeks left to revise, which I’ll need because when I downloaded a past exam paper this … Continue reading

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Basic Beekeeping Assessment exam – learning under the trees

Today, at 6pm in the slightly dim light under the Apiary’s many trees, I took my Basic Assessment in Beekeeping exam, a practical and oral exam which is sort of equivalent to taking your driving test. It is run by … Continue reading

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