Regina and District Bee Club

Follow these steps:

First: Do not panic.

Second: Be calm and carefully observe the insects.  Compare the insects to this picture.  Which insects are they?
Last Updated on Friday, 08 July 2016 00:47
drawn_combThe Regina & District Bee Club has a small stock of drawn comb which we offer to new members to help them get started.

Many new beekeepers start out by purchasing a hive or a nuc, and then build all the remaining equipment they need. A problem arises with this process. New frames containing foundation require the comb to be drawn out (built). This is the case for both wax and plastic foundation. The issue is that the bees really have no interest in moving up into a super that contains nine frames of foundation.
Last Updated on Thursday, 05 May 2016 17:59

NewBee1We connect NewBees (new beekeepers) with experienced beekeepers who can provide guidance and help.

If you are a beginning beekeeper and would like to be connected with a mentor, please contact us.

Last Updated on Tuesday, 01 March 2016 00:54
bulkIn an effort to minimise the shipping costs members have to pay on orders from Beemaid the RDBC board has made arrangements for bulk orders to be shipped to Regina.
Last Updated on Monday, 11 April 2016 22:24
little_wonder_extractor_SMThe Club has purchased a new electric extractor to rent to members. A refractometer is also available with the extractor so you can check moisture levels. First come first served. Please print and fill out the contract to rent it. Members only (you are welcome to join to use it).
Last Updated on Monday, 02 October 2017 13:10