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Mallorca in Spain’s Balearic Islands runs out of Honey

BEEKEEPERS in Mallorca have lost the entire summer honey harvest due to the high temperatures. The heat caused a decrease in the production of Honeydew...

Sweet survival: Bees buried by ash during volcanic eruption on Spain’s La Palma island survive for 50 days

THOUSANDS of honey bees in five hives have survived being buried in volcanic ash on la Palma for an incredible 50 days. The beekeeper had...

Solitary bees encouraged to reproduce in fight against climate change on Spain’s Costa Blanca

ROJALES City Council, in the Vega Baja region of Alicante province, has just launched a second project to fight climate change along with the...

Mystery buzzing leads couple in southern Spain to 80,000 bees in their bedroom wall

The pair from Granada, had been mystified by the low humming sound coming from their wall for two years

HAPPY BEE-DAY: Bees are disappearing across the planet and Spain, could we be on the brink of ecological Armageddon?

As conservationists around the globe mark World Bee Day on May 20, Claire Leibovich got busy to find out

Andalucian beekeepers warn ‘fake’ Chinese products are ruining Cordoba honey industry

The amount of honey produced in the province is down 40% to 50% percent compared to last year

Chelsea garden not to be sneezed at

Pioneering gardeners at the Chelsea Flower Show have designed a hay fever-free garden with intriguing results

Bee-ing there!

Buzz along to Colmenar, the true hive of the Axarquia, writes Wendy Williams

Keeping with Spanish green traditions

To celebrate the imminent launch of the Green Guide, the Olive Press looks at the sustainable practices still going today...

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