Feral cats, according to a peer reviewed article published by the University of Nebraska at Lincoln , cost US taxpayers $17 Million dollars annually when considering how much bird watchers, hunters and others spend on their hobbies.
The report cites the bad science behind many popular neuter and release programs across the country today. The killing of cats is recommended as the best way to protect our nation’s native wild animals and birds. Cat lover’s and critics claim wild cats help control rodent populations, and say habitat destruction, herbicides and other issues are a bigger threat to birds yet, hard science proves otherwise.
Read the Feral Cat Colony Recommendations Report and Decide Yourself
Feral cats are a threat to native fauna and public health. An integrated pest management (IPM) approach will help control feral cat populations.
The Beekeeping Course is part of the programming and podcasts done by The Wildlife Pro network and recorded on Talkshoe.com
Listen to the following podcasts on this page then join us live for our remaining podcasts mentioned here. We love guest calling and sharing their own bee experiences with David Burns. You will find David a devoted beekeeper , well researched and a gifted speaker.
16 Dec 2011- What Bees Do In & Out of The Hive
20 Jan 2011 – How To Install A Package: Shake, Rattle & Roll
17 Feb 2011 – How & When to Inspect Your Hive: Know what to look for
17 Mar 2011 – Integrated Pest Management: Avoiding Most Pests & Diseases
21 Apr 2011 -Making Splits For More Hives
19 May 2011 – How to Maximize Honey Production: More Pounds Out Of The Hive
“Our Host David Burns is a certified master beekeeper. David Burns operate Long Lane Honey Bee Farms, selling queens, beekeeping wooden ware, supplies, package bees, nucs and anything to do with honey bees. He also offer on site beekeeping courses and online lessons as well.”
Special guests David & Sheri Burns of Long Lane Honey Bee Farms will be discussing Sustainable Beekeeping, Queen Rearing & Overwintering.
July 26, 2010
Beekeeping 4Fun & Profit
Beekeeping is back on WpN. David Burns, has stepped and and will be our primary host & program director for future beekeeping podcasts. David is very knowledgeable great speaker and you may have already heard him in Jan 2010 doing a podcast for us. David & Robb Russell did about a one hour show with an interesting perspective on beekeeping in general. Kevin Dahn of the Alpena Mich area who does live bee removal services took part in some of the later discussion.
Aug 19, 2010 Intro to Beekeeping: Equipment I
David Burns came running out the gate with his Intro to Beekeeping podcast on beekeeping equipment and he covered from the hive stand up to the top of the hives. Much discussion went into the location of the hives, and how weather may effect them, bottom boards, hive bodies, supers, frames and we discussed them and went into detail with Co-Host Robb Russell and the evenings special guest<a href=”http://somdbeekeeper.com/”> Craig from SoMDbeekeeper.com</a> a fellow podcaster about bees.
September 16, Introduction to Beekeeping Part Two
David Burns just picked up from where he left last month and went into the rest of the beekeeping equipment .
Oct 21, 2010 Where Do I Put My Hive?
Believe it or not for the beginning beekeeper this is the first question they ask. David spends a whole night talking about how other things in the environment may or may not affect your hive. Don’t for get to put this one on your iPod.
November 18, 2010 The Honey Bee : Know Your Bees
David Burns and guest Jeff Dittemore discussed the different bee castes, the Queen, The Drone and the worker bees and their orles in thehive from gathering water, nectar etc to nursing the young and playing funeral home director cleaning up the dead and keeping the hive healthy and clean.