Archive for the ‘video’ Category

Berlin Beekeepers Video


2013
02.20

A nifty short 3 minute news clip on Berlin beekeeping on rooftops.  What a great effort to put hives on famous buildings!

A bee smoker for the third world


2012
11.20

I’ve been working for a while on a design for a smoker that is appropriate for third world beekeeping.  The focus was on steel food cans that are ubiquitous in all countries.  The can comprises the fire chamber.

 Design done

I intend to make a complete video on the construction and manufacturing of this.  In my own way, I want to improve the planet. I think a simply designed smoker will help many low income beekeepers throughout the world.

Design Plans Coming

I can outline how I made this third world bee smoker on another page.

Scorpion and a Commentary


2012
10.29

A new video is put out. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dhCuyJ5qQKY&list=UUndWYkPK3h04-69TmN_ZcNw&index=1&feature=plcp

Covering an inspection with some creepy crawlies and a voice over commentary.

New Video added on Tips and Tricks


2012
09.11

A few interesting tricks learned at the outyard are explained in our new video on tips and tricks.

 

Trip to OutYard Video added


2012
06.27

Did an inspection, some honey harvesting, and a bit of repair.

Cuba Beeyard Operations


2011
12.29

An interesting view on Cuba.

The video is in Spanish, but all can understand the beeyard: Outdoor extraction, bicycle pedaled extractor, using 1 liter feeders, pulling uncured honey, etc.

 

 

 

Video on Getting Started in Beekeeping in 5 steps


2011
12.14

I get asked some basic 101 questions all the time. So I’ve finally made a video that outlines my advice in 5 easy steps.

 

 

Tassie Movie on Discovering a Honeyflow


2011
08.10

This is a nifty movie about a beekeeper in search of a new honeyflow. I only wish my videos were this good.

There are 3 parts
 

 

 

Giant Honey Bee aka Apis Dorsata


2011
04.25

Here is a fun, short video on hunting honey from the Giant Honey Bee. Clearly shot oversees by amateurs, it shows the technology used in 3rd world countries.

Note that Apis Dorsata only builds one comb, and it can get to be the size of a door.

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W1_ze8Fab4s

 

 

Skunks and Hand Grenades


2011
03.31

A fun tongue-in-cheek April fools video.

Don’t take this video seriously.