Bee Colony Collapse Disorder: New Study Suggests Mass Extinction Not Occurring, Little Actually Known

Huffington Post

Colony collapse disorder has cut through honeybee populations, with some beekeepers reportedly losing up to 90 percent of their stock in recent years. European bee populations are also declining, and so are some species of North American bumblebee.

Bee Colony Collapse Disorder: New Study Suggests Mass Extinction Not Occurring, Little Actually Known

Hive and Seek: Domestic Honeybees Keep Disappearing, but Are Their Wild Cousins in Trouble, Too?

Scientific American

Is colony collapse disorder just the visible part of a “global pollinator crisis”? The answer is surprisingly murky. To help answer the question, scientists have created an inexpensive, nationwide wild bee monitoring program By Sarah Fecht | May 8, …

Hive and Seek: Domestic Honeybees Keep Disappearing, but Are Their Wild Cousins in Trouble, Too?

Where Are All The Honey Bees?

WSAV-TV

It’s being called “Colony Collapse Disorder” and Dennard says mites aren’t the only things jeopardizing honey bees. Weather and fertilizer are also to blame. “There are certain chemicals they use to coat the seed. You don’t want a pesticide that …

Where Are All The Honey Bees?