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Wyatt A. Mangum

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University of Mary Washington

HQ Phone:  (540) 654-1000

Email: w***@***.edu

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University of Mary Washington

1301 College Avenue

Fredericksburg, Virginia,22401

United States

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Founded in 1908, the University of Mary Washington is a selective public institution that combines long-standing traditions with state-of-the art technological advances to provide one of the best undergraduate liberal arts educations in the country, as well as...more

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Honey Bee Biology Columnist

American Bee Journal


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New Top Bar Hive Book

www.beekeepersguild.org [cached]

Update 26 November 2012 | Dr. Wyatt Mangum just published a new 'chapter' to his top bar hive book as a web page.
The chapter is on screen floor top-bar hives, very detailed, about 6,000 words and 30 photographs. Top bar hive beekeepers should find it useful and possibly frame hive beekeepers too, particularly those using screened bottom boards. You can read more at Dr. Mangum's web site or view the chapter itself here. The Beekeepers Guild of Southeast Virginia was privileged to have Dr. Wyatt Mangum of the University of Mary Washington as our guest speaker at our August Membership meeting. Dr. Mangum's presentation was on Low-Cost, Sustainable Top Bar Hives. Dr. Mangum has kept bees since the age of ten. During high school he had 125 colonies, producing honey by the ton. Dr. Mangum became a technician working with bees at North Carolina State University, a position he held for 11 years. His PhD is in genetics with an emphasis in honey bee genetics. Dr. Mangum is renowned in the United States through his column on honey bee biology in the American Bee Journal and by numerous articles in other journals. He also takes photographs of bee behavior rarely seen by most beekeepers. By traveling extensively, Dr. Mangum has studied exotic bee species and their parasites around the world. Dr. Mangum continues his bee work with an international and historical approach. He manages 200 top-bar hive colonies, mostly for crop pollination, queen rearing and breeding, as well as research. Dr. Mangum has just published his book, Top Bar Hive Beekeeping: Wisdom & Pleasure Combined. This $45 book is a comprehensive Top Bar Hive book: 421 big pages, 8 ½ by 11 inches, 12 Chapters, 350+ photographs most color, except 24 infrared pictures of nocturnal wildlife in his apiaries, seen in Black & White, groundbreaking beekeeping photography. The book shows how to build Top Bar Hives up to five-feet long, various sugar syrup feeders, queen cages, queen excluders, queen mating nucs, even pollen traps and more. Dr. Mangum's book is available directly from him on his web site.


Meetings - 2012 Meeting Topics

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Presented by Dr. Wyatt Mangum, University of Mary Washington.


March 2015 • Orange County Beekeepers Association

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Lewis Cauble shared with us that Dr. Jim Tew Beekeeping Specialist, Alabama Cooperative (www.tbhsbywam.com/author), will be speaking as will Wyatt A. Mangum (Ph.D.) who is an internationally-known, top-bar hive beekeeper, a professor at the University of Mary Washington in Virginia and has written a monthly column for American Bee Journal for years.


2014 North to South NM Pollinator Benefit Lecture Series: Kick off May 3rd (Santa Fe) & 4th (Taos) featuring Dr. Tom Seeley- Honeybee Democracy + add'l guest lecturers to visit!

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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.


Jan Rogers • Orange County Beekeepers Association • Page 2

theocba.org [cached]

Lewis Cauble shared with us that Dr. Jim Tew Beekeeping Specialist, Alabama Cooperative (www.tbhsbywam.com/author), will be speaking as will Wyatt A. Mangum (Ph.D.) who is an internationally-known, top-bar hive beekeeper, a professor at the University of Mary Washington in Virginia and has written a monthly column for American Bee Journal for years.


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