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American Bee Journal
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The American Bee Journal was established in 1861 by Samuel Wagner and has been published continuously since that time, except for a brief period during the Civil War. The Journal has the honor of being the oldest English language beekeeping publication in...
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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.
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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
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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.
Wyatt Mangum is a Professor ...
Wyatt Mangum is a Professor of Mathematics at Mary Washington College in Virginia and is an expert in top-bar hives.
He also writes the popular column in the American Bee Journal titled "Honey bee biology".
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Dr. Wyatt Mangum
...Dr. Wyatt Mangum
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has kept bees for over 30 years, beginning at the age of ten.Currently, he
manages 200 colonies.In addition, he
maintains 30 observation hives where he
conducts experimental work with queen cells and swarming, and bee behavior.Dr. Mangum
writes a column on honey bee biology for the American Bee Journal
and takes photographs of bees.Dr. Mangum
has an interest in the history of apiculture.He
owns an extensive collection of antique beekeeping equipment, including hives dating back to the 1840's and over 100 old smokers.Dr. Mangum's
diverse collegiate education includes a B.S. in physics from Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, a M.S. in mathematics and a Ph.D. in genetics both from North Carolina State University
.He currently teaches mathematics at Mary Washington College in Fredericksburg, Virginia.