Sat, May 13|
The Dynamics of Honey Bee Flight and Sexual Reproduction with Bill Hesbach
In-person event - First explores the beauty and mystery of honey bee flight, then shows a queen's mating flight and reveals the internal process of a queen's fertilization and egg-laying development.
Time & Location
May 13, 9:00 AM – 12:00 PM EDT
New Haven, 123 Huntington St, New Haven, CT 06511, USA
Connecticut Agricultural Experiment Station in the Jones Auditorium
On-site free parking is available
The Dynamics of Honey Bee Flight and Sexual Reproduction first explores the beauty and mystery of honey bee flight, then shows a queen's mating flight and reveals the internal process of a queen's fertilization and egg-laying development.
Bill Hesbach is a Connecticut native with a background in engineering. He's an Eastern Apicultural Society Certified Master Beekeeper and graduate of the University of Montana's Master Beekeeping Program. Bill is on the Board of Directors for the Eastern Apicultural Society, and is President of the Connecticut Beekeepers Association. He operates Wing Dance Apiary in Cheshire, Connecticut, which produces a crop of artisanal raw honey and natural hive products. Bill teaches bee biology and beekeeping methods at events hosted by regional organizations, and appears as a guest speaker at national seminars. He's a published author, with articles appearing in Bee Culture, Bee Craft, and The American Bee Journal.
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This event is FREE to CBA members. To use your discount, please sign in.