Bees - What Humans and Bees Mean to Each Other

What Humans and Bees Mean to Each Other

Friedrich Hainbuch

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  • Hot topic bees in the bibliophile “NatureTime” series
  • The relationship between human and bee, from the beginning of bee keeping to today
  • With illustrations by Paschalis Dougalis, one of the best nature artists in Europe
192x132x22mm (LxWxH)
Cover/Layout 30 colour drawings, 60 bw-drawings
Pages: 192
EAN: 9783440160428
Art.-No.: 16042
This “NatureTime” volume introduces you to bees’ fascinating way of life. It describes the social fabric of the hive, sketches biology basics in entertaining, amusing language and addresses the cultural history of the bee and bee keeping from its beginnings to today's challenges. Friedrich Hainbuch also explains what it means to keep bees sustainably and how people can contribute to the health and resiliency of the hive. An informative field guide, fascinating reader and a wonderful, valuable gift.

About the author

Friedrich Hainbuch

Prof. Dr. Friedrich Hainbuch studied, among other things, Catholic theology, philosophy and medicine. He is the author of numerous scientific works and popular science books. As a hobby bee keeper, for many years he has delved into the medical use of bee products and the causes of the worldwide ...
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