B r e a k f a s t W i t h T h e B e e s

A sharing on the Birth, and Life

of a Honey Bee Colony at Grass Lake Sanctuary, grasslakesanctuary.org

Manchester, Michigan

Wednesday, October 12, 2011

September 8 2011: Concern

Hello Everyone,

Up until now the bees have been doing really well - filling up their home with honey comb and pollen, and making babies!
Sitting outside the hive every once in awhile there is the most incredible scent of deep rich earthly honey drifting from within.

Today I am writing however to ask for prayers of warm dry and healing energy to be sent their way.
Their house has had some construction issues - and with the recent weather has led to a bit of excess moisture in the hive.
This may have caused what I saw today which appears to be a brood disease of some sort - Im hoping only "chalk brood disease" because from what I understand it is the least destructive to a colony and can clear up without chemicals, with dry weather and increased ventilation.  I have calls out to local beekeepers and will continue to follow up with them for additional care that could help.

Love to the honey bees,
may they receive from the sanctuary and their caretakers what they need to be strong and healthy

Thank you all for any healing energy you can send to them,

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