It's Swarm Season!

Find a beekeeper to come and get your swarm. First, read the following and then use the map to find the beekeeper closest to you.

Help! I got Bees!


Find local Beekeepers and apiaries,
swarm catchers and bee removal,
beekeeping mentors, pure local honey
for sale, beekeeping equipment and local
beekeeping clubs.

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2016 Aurora Farmers Fair

Garry Reeves set up a booth at the 2016 Aurora Farmers Fair and a few of us went up to help him out. Check out the full report on the site.


Sugar Shake vs. Alcohol Wash

Jim Orem and Kristen Giesting show their results of a sugar shake vs. alcohol wash. See the accompanying blog post on the site.


2015 SIBA Beekeepers Picnic

Pictures from the 2015 SIBA Beekeepers Picnic.


2016 Spring Cut-out

Jason, Jeff and John cut out this swarm of bees from a house in Guilford this spring. We left the homeowners with three bowls of honey comb for them to crush and use.


Quick Poll


View Photo Galleries

Did you know that bees visit thousands of plants and weed species for the collection of pollen, playing a critical role in the pollenation of plants, trees and our gardens. Here is a growing collection of photos along with notes from our own members.  View the galleries now.

Bee Identification Guide

Need help understanding the difference between a honeybee and other common bees? It's important to know what kind of bees you have before calling a beekeeper to come and get them! Click here to see some photos and hear our commentary.