Highlights: repro. swarms/brood nest reduction for nectar
First 3 weeks,
Third week (just before major - white wax - honey flow starts, ~ 4/20),
Blossoming: Black Locust, variable; Blackberry (light tan/gray pollen), 4/20 - 5/22; Clover, 4/14; Holly 4/14; Tulip Poplar (powder yellow pollen), 4/20 - 5/26; Black Gum, 4/26 - 5/10; hardwood leafout, 4/1 - 4/24
Location: Stedman Education Building near the North America entrance
10 AM: Tour of Honey Bee Exhibit
11 AM - 1:30 PM: Training with Dr. John Ambrose
2-3 PM: Zoo Orientation
3:15-4:15: Park Orientation
Volunteers are needed on April 26, 2014 from 10 AM until 5 PM at the Forsyth County Fairgrounds to man our booth.
Contact Ali Mousavi if you're interested: firstname.lastname@example.org
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