...is published monthly in full colour and has within its 28 pages, articles
that cover all aspects of beekeeping. Although this newsletter gives the latest updates on technical issues that have a direct impact on British beekeepers,with a circulation of 19,465 in April 2011 it aims its content at both the novice and the more experienced members. It is constantly refreshed, it is informed, it is sometimes witty, it is never dull nor is it too repetitive, it carries advertisements by suppliers and manufactures of beekeeping equipment.
BeeCraft is the Official Journal of the British Beekeepers' Association. Published 12 times a year in colour A4 format and posted directly to all subscribers. Subscription to Bee Craft may be received as part of your local beekeeping association membership or you can purchase a year’s individual subscription directly from Bee Craft. It is now available in digital format.
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The Journal of Apicultural Research
This quarterly peer-reviewed scientific E-journal publishes original research articles, original theoretical papers, notes, comments and authoritative reviews on scientific aspects of the biology, ecology, natural history and culture of all types of bee.
Become a member of IBRA and receive Bee World. It is deliberately international in its appeal and this is reflected in its content covering topics from bee biology and management to beekeeping history, crafts involving bee products, beekeeping technology and environmental issues that effect all species of bees.
Distributed four times a year in March, June, September and December, Bee World is published in hard copy, but is also available on-line. We are also providing our members with a vast back catalogue of issues as we continue to add more volumes to our web site.