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Wyatt A. Mangum

Honey Bee Biology Columnist

American Bee Journal

HQ Phone:  (217) 847-3324

Email: w***@***.edu

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American Bee Journal

51 S. 2Nd St.

Hamilton, Illinois,62341

United States

Company Description

The American Bee Journal, the oldest English language beekeeping publication in the world, is a bee magazine for professional and sideline beekeepers, as well as those with interest in bee-related subjects. The ABJ is not a peer-reviewed science journal. Its g... more.

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Employment History

Instructor

University of Mary Washington


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2014 Speakers

www.easternapiculture.com [cached]

Wyatt A. Mangum (Ph.D.) is an internationally-known, top-bar hive beekeeper.
By the time he was in high school, he had 125 frame hives and was producing honey by the ton. In 1986, he switched to top-bar hives long before most other beekeepers knew about them. A monthly columnist for the American Bee Journal on Honey Bee Biology, Dr. Mangum is a highly sought-after speaker for bee meetings across the US, and a world traveler, working with beekeeping systems in India, Bangladesh, Bolivia, South Africa, Thailand, and Brazil. However for his own bees, Dr. Mangum built a 200 top-bar hive operation and saw the bees through the terrible years when varroa and tracheal mites first came to America. For 10 years, he moved by himself 200 top-bar hives (weighing conservatively about 8 tons) to pollinate cucumber fields in North Carolina. As an Apicultural Historian, that perspective helps to avoid repeating past mistakes in designing beekeeping equipment and keeps the top-bar hive equipment practical. His scientific approach, observing how bees use equipment in observation hives (for example syrup feeders), makes sure the new equipment works from the bees' perspective. Dr. Mangum is also a specialist in the photography of bee behavior under difficult or delicate conditions, a talent brought to his book to produce the many rarely seen pictures. He worked out the technical aspects of using game cameras in apiaries to photograph nocturnal wildlife around the hives. The most stunning pictures are in his book Top-Bar Hive Beekeeping: Wisdom and Pleasure Combined.


ABJ Cover archive

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Our Honey Bee Biology columnist, Dr. Wyatt Mangum, is also a very talented and patient photographer, which has rewarded him with some unusual beekeeping photos.
Read how he captured this photo of an unwanted winter hive guest beginning on page 1037.


2014 Speakers

www.easternapiculture.com [cached]

Wyatt A. Mangum (Ph.D.) is an internationally-known, top-bar hive beekeeper.
By the time he was in high school, he had 125 frame hives and was producing honey by the ton. In 1986, he switched to top-bar hives long before most other beekeepers knew about them. A monthly columnist for the American Bee Journal on Honey Bee Biology, Dr. Mangum is a highly sought-after speaker for bee meetings across the US, and a world traveler, working with beekeeping systems in India, Bangladesh, Bolivia, South Africa, Thailand, and Brazil. However for his own bees, Dr. Mangum built a 200 top-bar hive operation and saw the bees through the terrible years when varroa and tracheal mites first came to America. For 10 years, he moved by himself 200 top-bar hives (weighing conservatively about 8 tons) to pollinate cucumber fields in North Carolina. As an Apicultural Historian, that perspective helps to avoid repeating past mistakes in designing beekeeping equipment and keeps the top-bar hive equipment practical. His scientific approach, observing how bees use equipment in observation hives (for example syrup feeders), makes sure the new equipment works from the bees' perspective. Dr. Mangum is also a specialist in the photography of bee behavior under difficult or delicate conditions, a talent brought to his book to produce the many rarely seen pictures. He worked out the technical aspects of using game cameras in apiaries to photograph nocturnal wildlife around the hives. The most stunning pictures are in his book Top-Bar Hive Beekeeping: Wisdom and Pleasure Combined.


nmbeekeepers.org

Kindly RSVP: NRCS Pollinator Walk CANCELLED- Unfortunately, the 2014 North to South, NM Pollinator Benefit Lecture Series, Top Bar Hive Beekeeping: Wisdom and Pleasure, Dr. Wyatt Mangum, June 6th and Field Practicum, June 7th has been cancelled.
CANCELLED- Unfortunately, the 2014 North to South, NM Pollinator Benefit Lecture Series, Top Bar Hive Beekeeping: Wisdom and Pleasure, Dr. Wyatt Mangum, June 6th and Field Practicum, June 7th has been cancelled. Dr. Wyatt Mangum-Â top bar columnist for The American Bee Journal and author of Top Bar Beekeeping: Wisdom & Pleasure Combined


Zia Queenbees Blog

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June 6-8, 2014: Dr. Wyatt Mangum, Top Bar Beekeeping Columnist for American Bee Journal, Professor of Mathematics at the University of Mary Washington, and author of "Top-Bar Hive Beekeeping: Wisdom and Pleasure Combined".
Dr. Mangum will be speaking on Saturday, June 7th at Tapetes de Lana in Mora. Right across the street, Mora Valley Apiaries will be hosting a hands on workshop with Dr. Mangum after his lecture  on top bar management and queen rearing in top bars.


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