Confessions of A Bad Beekeeper

Confessions of A Bad Beekeeper

What Not to Do When Keeping Bees (with Apologies to My Own)

Book - 2011 | 1st U.S. ed
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Bill Turnbull had no intention of becoming a beekeeper. But when he saw an ad for beekeeping classes soon after a swarm of bees landed in his suburban backyard, it seemed to be a sign. Despite being stung on the head -- twice -- at his first hands-on beekeeping class, Turnbull found himself falling in love with the fascinating, infuriating honeybee. As a new beekeeper, Turnbull misplaced equipment for months, got stung more times -- and in more places -- than he cares to remember, and once even lost some bees up a chimney. But he kept at it, with a ready sense of humor and Zen-like acceptance of every mishap. And somehow, along the way, he learned a great deal about himself and the world around him. Confessions of a Bad Beekeeper chronicles Turnbull's misadventures (and brief moments of triumph) in the curious world of backyard beekeeping -- and also highlights both the threat to our bee population and what we can do to help these vital little creatures do their wonderful work.
Publisher: New York : The Experiment, 2011
Edition: 1st U.S. ed
ISBN: 9781615190324
1615190325
Branch Call Number: 638.1092 TURNBULL
Characteristics: xiv, 237 pages : illustrations ; 20 cm

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jrryholman
Mar 16, 2016

Wonderful humorous book. Bill Turnbull teaches many aspects of beekeeping in a fun format by sharing the mistakes he made. Any beekeeper will enjoy and learn from this book.

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