Are There Too Many Bees In London? – The Best Interest Of the Bees

There is little question that everyone in this debate sincerely wishes the best for London’s bees.  Here is Angela Woods’ response to the most recent comments on this important issue:

The diversity of opinion is most welcome. One of the problems is that the data is incomplete. The National Bee Unit has data but it does not diseminate or analyse it in a way that gives a clear idea of what might be going on in London. This is why the LBKA, uniquely placed with its 300 members, has agreed to hook up with respected research fellows in this field to survey our members annually so that we can get a clearer picture and help advise on how the welfare of all pollinating insects can be best preserved.

Angela Woods
LBKA

4 thoughts on “Are There Too Many Bees In London? – The Best Interest Of the Bees

  1. Emily Heath says:

    Great stuff! Thanks Angela and the LBKA, and thanks Deborah for taking an interest in our bees.

  2. I’m so glad Angela and the LBKA took the time to comment for my readers!! And your bees are all of our bees!! 🙂

  3. Sounds like you created a bit of a stir in London! So sorry to have missed you. Maybe next time….

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