Seated in the downtown D.C., our apiary offers not only stunning pictures of bees, but also of their environment!
Here is one of our bees exploring the campus!
Our research laboratory is located in Bell Hall
Each year our researchers clean and refill frames for our hives!
Here are some of our hives located on our roof top apiary
Each box is filled with about 10 wooden frames. Each frame is removed to observe bee behavior
In each frame we try to locate eggs, baby bees, honey, and maybe even the queen!
The next time you eat at Founding Farmers D.C., make sure to see their personalized teaspoons which commemorate our partnership!
Bees are big part of our lives at GWBuzz, even during our researchers' vacations!
If you look closely, you can see pollen on this worker bee!
Being a Beekeeper can be very fashionable!
When we conduct individual bee research, we carefully place bees in a cushioned pipette as seen here!
Can you find the queen bee?
Powdered sugar is sprinkled over hives for Varroa mite treatment
Here is a frame full of honey!! Yummm