How to help bees as they face the threat of global warming

A group of beekeepers and supporters have released a video on social media to highlight the importance of protecting bees as climate change intensifies.

The video, called BeeGives, highlights the plight of the honey bee, the species most widely used for pollinating crops.

The group of bees that produce the honey are also the first to face the effects of climate change.

In the video, bees are seen on a small hillside as they gather around a tree, looking for pollen, which has begun to fall.

The honey bee colony is suffering because it is the first bee species to face an uncertain future, according to the video. 

The video has been viewed more than 13 million times on Facebook and has been shared by over 150,000 people, said Maureen Oren, who co-directed the project. 

“The bees are dying because they have to rely on pollinators that are suffering,” Oren told Al Jazeera.

“If the bees were able to survive, we would have a lot more pollinators.”

Beekeepers say they are seeing bee populations in the United States plummeting due to climate change, and that the honey bees that depend on pollination have already been lost to extinction. 

‘Climate change is a threat to bees’ The BeeGivings video is based on a recent paper by scientists from the US Department of Agriculture that discussed how climate change is changing the climate of honeybees. 

In the study, published in the journal Nature Climate Change, the scientists examined how temperature and precipitation trends in the western United States are affecting honeybees, and how the effects are changing the behavior of bees. 

A key finding of the study was that the changes in weather and precipitation have resulted in a drop in honeybees in the area, with a large number of honeybee colonies located in the northern part of the country. 

But the scientists also found that in other parts of the U.S., climate change has caused bees to be pushed further north. 

According to the study authors, the warming climate has caused the bees to move to areas that have more precipitation and higher temperatures, causing a change in the timing of when they nest. 

This in turn, leads to a drop-off in honeybee population density in those areas, resulting in a more fragmented population of the species, the researchers said. 

There is a lot of debate about how to protect the bees in these areas, and some people have suggested that there is a connection between climate change and bee deaths, Oren said.

But she said the study is a good one, because it takes into account a lot less than one study. 

 In order to better understand the effects, the team also looked at how temperature patterns and precipitation patterns have affected the population of bee species. 

They found that honeybees have become more sensitive to changes in precipitation, and therefore, have adapted to the changing conditions, which they now use to better pollinate crops. 

Oren said there is still a lot that is unknown about the impact of climate on the honeybee, but that the research highlights that it is not a simple issue. 

While the study highlighted the importance to beekeepers of protecting the bees, Oen said there are many other issues that need to be addressed. 

She said that beekeepers are often asked to pay more for pollination services, because they can’t afford to replace them with something else. 

To make things easier for the bees and their farmers, the study suggested the use of a technology called “seed-based pollination”, which involves taking seed from a nearby field, and using that seed to pollinate the crops.

She also suggested that beekeeping companies could start offering pollinator services to farmers, rather than paying for them. “

And if you do that and you take care of your field and you give your crops to your farmers, that will increase the number of pollinators and increase the amount of pollination.” 

She also suggested that beekeeping companies could start offering pollinator services to farmers, rather than paying for them. 

Read more: Al Jazeera’s coverage of climate issues: Climate Change in the news: 2016: Climate change: The worst of the worst

How to dig a bee hive in a week

Digging bees for honey is a great way to spend an afternoon and get some quality time in.

A lot of people will want to do this, but the bees are usually just too large to fit inside a bag or a plastic cup, so you’ll have to use a smaller piece of wood to get the job done.

You can also find an alternative method to getting honey that will be cheaper and easier to do, but is less suitable for people with allergies.

The best way to dig bees in a day is to set up a small container with a couple of bees and a small piece of cardboard.

You should also try a couple more times before the bees start to make a sound when you try to take them inside.

The sound will give them an idea that the hive is ready to be moved.

The sound will also help you figure out whether the hive has been completely emptied or just the lid on it is full.

You should be able to hear the bees when they start to move around inside the hive.

When you find a hive that is just a few inches tall, you can take it outside and use a pair of tweezers to cut the lid off and put the hive in.

You’ll need a couple inches of twine to do that, but you can use string or a piece of string to tie the lid shut.

This will give you a small amount of ventilation to help keep the hive moist.

Once you have the hive open, the easiest way to keep it clean is to put the lid back on and place the hive inside.

You can also place a couple drops of liquid on top of the hive to help it dry out.

If you don’t have a beekeeper, you’ll probably need to get one, but they’ll be easier to come by.

Once the hive dries out, you’re probably going to need to wash it again, but this will be less painful.

When you’re done, the lid should be clean and dry and the hive should be dry as a bone.

You may also need to trim off the honeycomb that is on the outside of the lid.

This should help the bees keep it nice and shiny, but it’s probably best to leave it alone for now.

If you do decide to take the hive outside, you will want the lid open as well.

To do this you need to take out the bottom of the box and then remove the top.

You’re going to want to cut a hole in the lid to allow the hive air to enter.

You don’t want to leave a large hole, so the best way is to make the hole bigger by using a small hammer.

After you’ve taken out the lid, you are going to find the bees.

If they are a bit hard to see, try placing the box in the air and holding it upside down.

It will help them get a better look at you.

You also need some twine or string to attach the lid onto the box.

The honeybees will be ready to move once they have been inside the box for about 30 minutes, but be careful because some will fly around trying to get inside.

Once they’ve got a good look at the box, they will start to fly back out.

Once you’ve cut the box open enough, you should be ready for them to leave.

You could also use a small saw to cut off the top of a bee box that has been closed.

This is easier if you have a piece with a hole through it so you can put the bee inside.

When applebees and honeybees are on the same continent

Applebees and Honeybees are the only animals on Earth that have the same genome.

They are also the only species of the bee genus that do not form colonies.

But their presence in Australia is now threatened.

 Applebees and Hives in Australia Applebee and honeybee populations have increased in Australia.

But the Australian Government’s Department of Agriculture has told ABC Radio Perth they want to remove the two species from their native ranges. 

The Department of the Environment has already made it clear they don’t want them. 

“The department will continue to work closely with our native species partners and their conservation partners to protect their unique ecosystems and populations, including the areas around the two applebee and the honeybee,” a Department of Environment spokesperson told ABC Perth. 

So, what is the difference between applebees? 

In the UK, they’re known as the apple-eating bees. 

Apple-eating is a term used to describe bees that eat the flesh of the apple.

But the Australian Department of Parks and Wildlife says they’re different from the fruit-eating honeybees, and that their purpose is different.

“Honeybees are very much part of the Australian ecosystem and there are many benefits to being able to see a colony of honeybees around,” a Parks and Forestry spokesperson said.

“They pollinate crops and provide a vital pollination service for crops that require pollen from pollinators.”

Applebees have also been identified as a species that can help to fight disease and pests. 

They’re also a pest in the UK.

There are now more than 4,500 applebee colonies in the country, and around 1,500 in Australia alone. 

This is in part because the UK is home to the world’s biggest apple industry.

It’s estimated around 80 per cent of the fruit that’s grown in Australia comes from apple trees.

And apple-loving bees help to pollinate the trees. 

How are they different? 

Apple bees and honey bees are different because they don